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The Nixon collection contains the printed texts of nearly all the hearings, staff reports, judicial decisions, and press releases that slowly eroded the moral and political viability of a sitting U.S. president. Included, too, are the various documents, pronouncements, and transcripts that the president hoped would prove his innocence or hide his guilt. The United Press International newswire reports serve as a detailed day-by-day chronology, enabling a researcher to pinpoint even the most elusive event or incident with tremendous speed and accuracy. The printed guide provides an introduction to each of the principal sections, plus a detailed table of contents/analysis of each individual document. The guide also identifies witnesses, topics, exhibits, and in the case of the Judicial section, key legal points.
Dissertations often provide the only information on a particular topic, and surface primary research unavailable in other formats.
Multimedia resources open up new avenues of exploration into a human rights hero’s life and legacy.