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President Richard M. Nixon and Watergate  

Richard Milhous Nixon was President of the United States from 1969 until his resignation in 1974 in the wake of the Watergate scandal.
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President Nixon meets Elvis Presley at the White House, December 21, 1970. Image from the National Archives.


  • Nixon Presidential Library and Museum
    Administered by the National Archives, the Nixon Presidential Library and Museum holds the Federal records from the Nixon presidency. Their website offers documents, images, recordings, and other primary sources related to domestic and foreign policy, as well as the Watergate scandal.
  • The Watergate Files: The Gerald Ford Library and Museum
    Administered by the National Archives, the Ford Library and Museum's website offers a comprehensive exhibit on the Watergate scandal with an overview, people, documents, timeline, and films.
  • The Watergate Story- The Washington Post
    The Washington Post newspaper offers this chronology of the Watergate scandal. Includes biographies, original articles by Woodward and Bernstein, video, editorial cartoons and multimedia.

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Nixon leaves office, August 9, 1974. Bob Daughtery/AP.


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