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John Dean on 30th Anniversary of Nixon Resignation

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John Dean on 30th Anniversary of Nixon Resignation

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John Dean on 30th Anniversary of Nixon Resignation

John Dean on 30th Anniversary of Nixon Resignation

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Thirty years ago, Richard Nixon became the first American president to resign from office. NPR's Noah Adams talks to John Dean, a former White House counsel who saw the collapse of the Nixon administration first-hand. Dean is the author of a new book comparing the current Bush administration with the Nixon administration.