More Nixon Tapes Released by National Archives The National Archives releases another batch of taped conversations and 78,000 pages of documents from the presidency of Richard Nixon. Stanley Kutler, a historian and law professor at the University of Wisconsin, spoke about them with Scott Simon.
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More Nixon Tapes Released by National Archives

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More Nixon Tapes Released by National Archives

More Nixon Tapes Released by National Archives

More Nixon Tapes Released by National Archives

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The National Archives released another batch of taped conversations and 78,000 pages of documents from the presidency of Richard Nixon. Many familiar names appear, including H.R. Haldeman, Charles Colson, and Billy Graham along with others that would become famous: Donald Rumsfeld and Karl Rove. Stanley Kutler, a historian and law professor at the University of Wisconsin, spoke with Scott Simon.