1. Nixon White House left while devoting half his address to a recitation of his accomplishments in office.
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2. Nixon White House attempted to discredit the hearings as a partisan witch hunt, but some Republican senators took an active role in the investigations.
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5. Nixon White House feared the effect of another independent candidacy by George Wallace, and worked to defeat Wallace's 1970 gubernatorial campaign by contributing $400,000 to the unsuccessful campaign of Albert Brewer.
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6. Nixon White House was challenged in the Republican primaries by Pete McCloskey from California, who ran as an anti-war candidate, and John Ashbrook, who opposed detente.
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7. Nixon White House explored the possibility of establishing a new center-right party and running on a ticket with John Connally, but he ultimately chose to seek re-election as a Republican.
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16. Nixon White House established the Office of Minority Business Enterprise to promote the encourage the establishment of minority-owned businesses.
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17. Nixon White House pursued this policy by allowing the courts to receive the criticism for desegregation orders, which Nixon's Justice Department would then enforce.
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18. In February 1971, Nixon White House proposed more limited health insurance reform, an employee mandate to offer private health insurance if employees volunteered to pay 25 percent of premiums, the federalization of Medicaid for poor families with dependent minor children, and support for health maintenance organizations.
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20. Nixon White House became closely involved in the proposal and, despite opposition from Arthur Burns and other conservatives, adopted Moynihan's plan as the central legislative proposal of his first year in office.
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25. Nixon White House would embark on a second trip to the Soviet Union in 1974, meeting with Brezhnev in Yalta.
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26. In May 1972, Nixon White House met with Leonid Brezhnev and other leading Soviet officials at the 1972 Moscow Summit.
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27. Nixon White House believed that expanding trade with the Soviet Union would help the US economy and could allow both countries to devote fewer resources to defense spending.
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28. Nixon White House made detente, the easing of tensions with the Soviet Union, one of his top priorities.
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31. In December 1972, Nixon White House ordered another massive bombing campaign, Operation Linebacker II, and domestic criticism of the operation convinced Nixon of the necessity to quickly reach a final agreement with North Vietnam.
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34. Nixon White House sought some arrangement which would permit American forces to withdraw, while leaving South Vietnam secure against attack.
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36. At the time Nixon White House took office, there were over 500,000 American soldiers in Southeast Asia.
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37. Nixon White House used his authority under the 25th Amendment to nominate Gerald Ford for vice president.
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38. Nixon White House recruited former campaign rival George Romney to serve as the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, but Romney and Secretary of Transportation John Volpe quickly fell out favor as Nixon attempted to cut the budgets of their respective departments.
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42. Nixon White House promised "peace with honor" in the Vietnam War but did not release specifics of how he would accomplish this goal, resulting in media intimations that he must have a "secret plan".
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44. Nixon White House selected Maryland governor Spiro Agnew as his running mate, a choice which Nixon believed would unite the party, appealing to both Northern moderates and Southerners disaffected with the Democrats.
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46. Nixon White House entered the race for the 1968 Republican presidential nomination confident that, with the Democrats torn apart over the war in Vietnam, a Republican had a good chance of winning the presidency in November, although he expected the election to be as close as in 1960.
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48. Nixon White House pursued a strategy of detente with the Soviet Union, resulting in the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty and SALT I, the first two landmark arms control treaties of their kind.
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50. Nixon White House ended American involvement in the Vietnam War, and his administration succeeded in achieving a negotiated settlement.
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