Robert Dallek, Summing Up 'Nixon and Kissinger' Presidential historian Robert Dallek has written about LBJ, JFK, FDR and Ronald Reagan. Now, in his book Nixon and Kissinger: Partners in Power, he tackles two political titans he describes as "self-serving characters with grandiose dreams of recasting world affairs."
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Robert Dallek, Summing Up 'Nixon and Kissinger'

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Robert Dallek, Summing Up 'Nixon and Kissinger'

Robert Dallek, Summing Up 'Nixon and Kissinger'

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Presidential historian Robert Dallek has written about LBJ, JFK, FDR and Ronald Reagan. Now, in his book Nixon and Kissinger: Partners in Power, he tackles two political titans he describes as "self-serving characters with grandiose dreams of recasting world affairs."

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