Richard Nixon: The Shaping of His Character

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Bibliography

The Writings of Richard Nixon

"Application of the Inherent Danger Doctrine to Servants of Negligent Independent Contractors." Duke Bar Association Journal 4 (Spring 1936).

"Asia After Vietnam." Foreign Affairs 46, no. 1 (October 1967).

"Changing Rules of Liability in Automobile Accident Litigation." Duke University Law and Constitutional Problems 3 (1936).

"Commencement Charge to Whittier College Class of 1959." Whittier College Bulletin 53 (May 1960).

"The Crisis in Asia." Whittier College Bulletin, 47 (December 1954).

"Cuba, Castro and John F. Kennedy." Reader's Digest, November 1964.

"Four Great Americans, Tributes Delivered by President Richard Nixon." Reader's Digest, 1972.

"The Greater Menace," Educational Record 39, no. 1 (January 1958).

Joint Appearances of Senator John F. Kennedy and Vice President Richard M. Nixon and Other 1960 Campaign Presentations, Senate Report 994, part 3. 87th Cong., 1st sess., Washington, D. C., 1961.

Nixon Speaks Out. Major Speeches and Statements.... in the Presidential Campaign of 1968. New York, 1968.

Oral history interview on John Foster Dulles. Interview conducted by Richard D. Challenes, Feb. 2, 1966. Dulles Oral History Collection, Princeton University.

"Plea for an Anti-Communist Faith." Saturday Review of Literature, March 24, 1952, pp. 12-13.

Public Papers of the Presidents, 1969-1974, 5 vols., Washington, D. C., 1971-1975.

RN, the Memoirs of Richard Nixon. New York, 1978.

"Rule of Law," Address, April 13, 1959, before U. S. Academy of Political Science, New York. Whittier College Pamphlet, 1959.

"The Whittier Address of Vice President Richard M. Nixon, on the occasion of his celebrating his nomination for President of the United States." Whittier College, Aug. 2, 1960.

A New Road for America, President Richard M. Nixon, Major Policy Statements, March 1970 to October 1971. New York, 1972.

Speeches, Remarks, Press Conferences and Study Papers of Vice President Richard M. Nixon, August I through November 7, 1960. 87th Cong., 1st sess., Senate Report no. 994, pt. 2. Washington, D. C., 1961.

The Presidential Transcripts, The Complete Transcripts of the Nixon tapes, ... with Commentary by the Staff of the Washington Post. Washington Post, 1974.

Six Crises. Garden City, N. Y., 1968.

The Real War. New York, 1980.


Selected Books and Articles

Abrahamsen, David. Nixon vs. Nixon—A Psychological Inquest. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1976.

Alsop, Stewart. Nixon and Rockefeller, a Double Portrait. Garden City, N. Y.: Doubleday, 1960.

—. "Nixon and the Square Majority, Is the Fox a Lion?" Atlantic, February 1972.

—. "Nixon on Nixon." Saturday Evening Post, July 12, 1958, p. 26ff.

Anderson, Jack, with George Clifford. The Anderson Papers. New York: Random House, 1972.

—, with James Boyd. Confessions of a Muckraker, the Inside Story of Life in Washington During the Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy and Johnson Years. New York: Random House, 1979.

— and May, Ronald. McCarthy: The Man, the Senator, the "Ism." Boston: Beacon Press, 1952.

Andrews, Bert, and Andrews, Peter. A Tragedy of History: A Journalist's Confidential Role in the Hiss-Cham- bers Case. Washington, D. C.: R. B. Luce, 1962.

Arendt, Hannah. Between Past and Future: Eight Exercises in Political Thought. New York: Viking Press, 1968.

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Table of contents

  • Richard Nixon - The Shaping of His Character *
  • Contents *
  • Foreword *
  • Acknowledgments *
  • I - Man of Paradox *
  • II - The Oil in the Lemon Grove *
  • III - The Punishing Father *
  • IV - The Saintly Mother *
  • V - The Unsmiling Child *
  • VI - Splitting and Entitlement *
  • VII - Death and Two Brothers *
  • VIII - Presidential Fever *
  • IX - The Monastic Years *
  • X - The First Law Case: Failure *
  • XI - A Problem with Touching *
  • XII - Fighting Quaker *
  • XIII - The Dragon Slayer *
  • XIV - The First Informer *
  • XV - The Impact of Whittaker Chambers *
  • XVI - The Destruction of Alger Hiss *
  • XVII - On Women and Power: Pat and the Pink Lady *
  • XVIII - Nixon Among the Giants *
  • XIX - Checkers *
  • XX - Mccarthy *
  • XXI - Stevenson and Nixon *
  • XXII - Prelude to Vietnam *
  • XXIII - Hidden Problems: the Early Surfacing *
  • XXIV - Death Wishes *
  • XXV - On the Throwing of Rocks *
  • XXVI - Khrushchev *
  • XXVII - The Assassination Track *
  • XXVIII - Nixon and Kennedy *
  • XXIX - A Problem with Donald *
  • XXX - The Drubbing *
  • XXXI - The Private Man *
  • XXXII - The New York Years *
  • XXXIII - A Series of Accidents *
  • XXXIV - The Nixon Character *
  • Notes *
  • Bibliography *
  • Interviews *
  • Index *
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