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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 President Richard Nixon President Richard Nixon was born into a poor family of Quakers.He married Pat Nixon and had two daughters named Julie and Patricia.Nixon was a Quaker himself America's 37th President Born January 9, 1913 at Yorba LindaDied April 22, 1994 at New York City "I am not a crook." Nixon had a few things to help him win presidency in 1968.He used to serve as vice president which gives him an advantage.He was moderately wealthy and stable.Nixon was relatively smart.He had good political beliefs.He had experience in politics to get ahead. During Nixon's first election he had only won by a small margin. However, in his 1972 election Nixon had won by a colossal amount.Massachusetts was the only state to vote against Nixon in the election. Nixon had over 90% of the votes of the states while his competitor had less than 5% of the votes. 1.) Nixon was born on January 9, 1913 into a poor family.2.) Dust Bowl begins and affects Nixon's family in 1934.3.) 1940- Marries Pat Nixon and has two daughters.4.) 1941- Pearl Harbor attacks5.) Becomes Attorney for U.S. Office of Emergency Managment in 1942.6.) 1947- Nixon becomes part of the House of Representatives.7.) 1951- He becomes U.S. Senator/ VP8.) 1969- Nixon becomes president9.) 1973- Watergate scandal forces Nixon out of office 197410.) Nixon dies in New York City at the age of 81 on April 22- 1994. Nixon had to deal with many issues. Two include going onto the Viet Cong Offensive in 1969 and cutting government personnel in foreign countries by 10%. Nixon was a Navy lieutenant commander in the Navy before gaining a seat in the House and Senate.He eventually worked up to become president.Nixon had to work to gain better relations with China and Vietnam as president.He had many duties to perform under the Eisenhower Administration.By 1972, Nixon had settled the relations with China and foreign countries as president. Fun Fact:Nixon was pressured to resign presidency after the Watergate scandal in 1973. Nixon tried to cover this up but failed to.
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