Brookings's Stephen Hess has put out a series of columns on what it was like to hang out with Richard NixonHistorians in the News
Stephen Hess, who served in both the Eisenhower and Nixon administrations, and later went on to write a groundbreaking history of American political dynasties, has published his reminiscences about Nixon on the website of the Brookings Institution, where he has long worked. Hess recently published a new book, The Professor and The President: Daniel Patrick Moynihan in the Nixon White House (Brookings Press, December 2014).
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