My daughter is in 6th grade and it's really scary what they don't teach any more and she's an all A and B student. She doesnt know the States or capitols, how to write in cursive at all, and forget about history. On the other hand she can speak Spanish really well IMHO, she has great reading comprehension and her computer skills are top notch. Her school gives every student a laptop/tablet. But my point is, A lot of teaching is missing in our schools.
but as an adult, I can appreciate Nixon's greater substance. In
many ways he was a great president. It just goes to show how destructive it can be to not vanquish the feelings of inferiority.
I found its handling of all the events of Nixon's presidency to be fairly even-handed.
Regardless of one's politics, he was a fascinating man.
Also, I think it's sad that while pilloried in his own time, today there are some out there who are attempting to rehabilitate the image of Richard Nixon. Again, not exactly sure why this was something I needed to tell you.
Canada Dry: your point? Did you even read my comment? Or were you so busy leaving comments everywhere calling American presidents war criminals (this is the sixth one I've counted today) that you didn't have time to read what you were responding to?
And... are you honestly convinced that every other US president is "among the worst people in the world"... but Donald Trump is merely an oaf? When he's got less moral character than *any* of them? Seriously?
As to the "most corrupt" title, he easily takes that title, too. Try googling "presidential administrations by number of indictments" sometime. Nixon is a distant 2nd.