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CINEMA: DEATH OF A SALESMAN

POOR RICHARD NIXON: THE MOST human President of the television age. A better statesman than politician, a tireless but graceless campaigner, a successful...

Pat Nixon: The Woman in the Cloth Coat

Somehow Pat Nixon never quite captured the fancy of the American public. The cameras that caught the angular planes of her face missed the soft contours of her...

REPUBLICANS: Victory with Vitamins

By the time Candidate Richard Nixon went back aboard his DC-6 after enduring the 92° heat in Phoenix, Ariz, last week, his face was flushed, his voice hoarse...

Nation: THE CANDIDATES UP CLOSE

Two-thirds of his way through the presidential campaign, TIME Correspondents Hays Gorey, who had been covering Hubert Humphrey's campaign, and Simmons Fentress,...

THE FIRST LADY: African Queen for a Week

DURING World War II, Eleanor Roosevelt logged thousands of miles visiting American troops overseas and meeting with exiled leaders in London. Mrs. John...

The Nation: PAT NIXON: STEEL AND SORROW

She was followed and photographed everywhere, from the top of the Great Wall of China to the high plains of Peru, but in many ways Pat Nixon as First Lady was...

SEQUELS: Still More Pain for the Nixons

Even before escaping into seclusion at San Clemente nearly two years ago, Pat Nixon surprised a group of reporters by conceding that her life was not a bed of...

The Nation: Nixon: A Fresh Burst of Summitry

WHILE troubles piled up in Congress for President Nixon last week, he announced a series of surprise summit meetings that will have him jet-hopping from island...

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