Richard Nixon and United States Foreign Policy: A Study of a Unique Relationship
Coffey, Brian C.
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As we look upon the twilight of communist hegemony over much of the world, we cannot help but feel that the post war years have indeed been splendid. America has seen her principles prosper and her opposition to communism vindicated. As we look forward to the new dawn which is breaking around the world, we cannot help but be pleased. Much of the pride and pleasure which one takes in the reemergence of democracy throughout the world is attributable to Richard Nixon, who deftly managed both the American political situation and the international diplomatic situation, in order to leave a lasting impact on both.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access to this SIP.