Six Crises (Richard Nixon Library Editions)

Six Crises (Richard Nixon Library Editions)

Richard M. Nixon / Aug 18, 2019

Six Crises Richard Nixon Library Editions None

  • Title: Six Crises (Richard Nixon Library Editions)
  • Author: Richard M. Nixon
  • ISBN: 9780671706197
  • Page: 295
  • Format: Paperback
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      • Richard M. Nixon

        Richard Milhous Nixon was the 37th President of the United States from 1969 to 1974 During the Second World War, he served as a Navy lieutenant commander in the Pacific, before being elected to the Congress, and then serving as the 36th Vice President of the United States in the administration of Dwight D Eisenhower from 1953 to 1961 After an unsuccessful presidential run in 1960, Nixon was elected in 1968, and re elected to a second term in 1972 Under President Nixon, the United States followed a foreign policy marked by d tente with the Soviet Union and by the opening of diplomatic relations with the People s Republic of China Nixon successfully negotiated a ceasefire with North Vietnam, effectively ending the longest war in American history Domestically, his administration faced resistance to the Vietnam War In the face of likely impeachment by the United States House of Representatives and conviction by the Senate for the Watergate scandal, Nixon resigned His successor, Gerald Ford, issued a controversial pardon for any federal crimes Nixon may have committed while in office Nixon is the only person to be elected twice to the office of the presidency and the vice presidency, and is the only president to have resigned the office Nixon suffered a stroke on April 18, 1994 and died four days later at the age of 81 to Richard Milhous Nixon was the 37th President of the United States from 1969 to 1974 During the Second World War, he served as a Navy lieutenant commander in the Pacific, before being elected to the Congress, and then serving as the 36th Vice President of the United States in the administration of Dwight D Eisenhower from 1953 to 1961 After an unsuccessful presidential run in 1960, Nixon was elected in 1968, and re elected to a second term in 1972 Under President Nixon, the United States followed a foreign policy marked by d tente with the Soviet Union and by the opening of diplomatic relations with the People s Republic of China Nixon successfully negotiated a ceasefire with North Vietnam, effectively ending the longest war in American history Domestically, his administration faced resistance to the Vietnam War In the face of likely impeachment by the United States House of Representatives and conviction by the Senate for the Watergate scandal, Nixon resigned His successor, Gerald Ford, issued a controversial pardon for any federal crimes Nixon may have committed while in office Nixon is the only person to be elected twice to the office of the presidency and the vice presidency, and is the only president to have resigned the office Nixon suffered a stroke on April 18, 1994 and died four days later at the age of 81.


    141 Comments

    1. Published in 1961 long before Watergate, this is an earnest, analytical, and fascinating account of Nixon's early political life by the man himself. I am not a political history buff and wasn't even alive during the events discussed in this book, but I found every paragraph intriguing and interesting. Yes the Cold War has become irrelevant in our era, but one can easily be transported back to that time and learn a tremendous amount about a very complex, and despite his later faults, passionate a [...]


    2. History according to Richard Nixon. This was Nixon's first book, written in 1961 after his eight year tenure as Vice President had come to an end. Nixon talks about the six major crises that he had experienced in his political life up to that time:1) The Alger Hiss perjury case2) The Checkers Speech/1952 campaign3) Eisenhower's heart attack in 19554) 1958 Latin American trip 5) 1959 meeting/confrontation with Khrushchev6) 1960 campaign/defeat at the hands of KennedyA common theme that runs throu [...]


    3. This book was a revelation. My knowledge of Nixon is entirely based upon his presidency and the Watergate scandal. That and "Frost/Nixon." If I knew none of what came next when reading this book I would have a very different picture of the man. While obviously a narcissist (what politician is not?) he also comes across as rational, decent, and concerned for the welfare of middle-class Americans. I probably would still have voted for Kennedy, but reading the account of the 1960 campaign made me u [...]


    4. The controversial, brilliant Richard Nixon's first book. And the only one written while he still had political ambitions, written after his Vice Presidency but before his loss for California Governor and before his Presidency. It's nonetheless one of his best books, probably second only to "Leaders" in terms of how interesting it is. While Nixon obviously is a politician to some degree, the relative candor in which he discusses many of the events in his life, the Hiss case, his nomination as VP [...]


    5. A must-read for anyone interested in 20th century political science/history even if you don't have a favorable view of the controversial Richard Nixon. First published in 1962, Nixon recounts six main events in his life that he uses to explain what it means to not just survive a crisis but how to improve one's self in the process. I found the chapter about former Soviet premier Khrushchev to be the most enlightening and a great foreshadowing of later events of the 20th century (mainly, the Vietn [...]


    6. I've always loved reading about Nixon -- see Public Burning -- and this book is my favorite from among the Nixon oeuvre, with Nixon Agonistes hot on its tail. Bill Clinton may have made a lot of news, but he pales compared to Nixon as a character, who was just flat-out fascinating.


    7. Not necessarily reliable but highly readable as a narrative and a catalogue of poorly concealed grievances. It's interesting to note how often Nixon bashes political opponents (and colleagues) by proxy, putting the harshest criticism in the words of others ("Obviously I don't agree, but here's what so-and-so said") Similarly praise of Nixon by others is carefully recorded, as are all perceived unfair advantages held by Nixon's opponents. It's pretty revealing.


    8. A very clear look at the early failures of this president. While definitely biased I found it to be such a great insight to the personality of Nixon and I love to compare it to speeches made around the time of Watergate. You see a lot of that fire and fight that made him an indomitable opponent


    9. I read it in my Republican days and am not likely to read it again, though I do think that Nixon was one of the nation's more intelligent leaders. Despite his flaws, he had some redeeming qualities.


    10. Well written. I'm sure its biased. However, an interesting perspective and an interesting time. The communist threat - from Alger Hiss to Kruschev.The trip to South America was an intense couple of confrontations.


    11. Excellent intermingling of political doctrine and stories of leadership growth; crises steadily get more compelling and relevant


    12. In the first edition nixxon says that he , "Knew algier hiss was a communist because he had spots on his tie". later editions removed this very revealing look inside that dimented mind.



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