Richard Nixon will always be remembered for resigning from the Presidency in the wake of the Watergate scandal. And while the "–gate" suffix has become part of the American political lexicon, Nixon’s obsession with image and spin has had an almost equally significant impact on our nation’s history. Historian David Greenberg takes a fresh look at Nixon and how he brought image-making to the forefront of American politics.


  • David Greenberg Author, "Nixon's Shadow" (WW Norton)

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