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How Nixon Re-Shaped The Presidency

Today would be the 100th birthday of President Richard Nixon. From civil rights to Watergate, Nixon's term shaped the office of the presidency. Stanley Kutler, professor emeritus in history at the University of Wisconsin and author of Abuse of Power: The New Nixon Tapes, talks about the legacy of the 37th president.
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