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Transcripts of oral history interviews of the Richard M. Nixon Presidency, 1992-1994 (continued)
Oral history interview with Samuel Dash, 1993-10-18 (continued)
Dash was co-chief counsel for the United States Senate Watergate select committee.
Dash discusses his recruitment as chief counsel by U.S. Senate Watergate Committee chair Sam Ervin, planning for the Watergate hearings, working with co-chief counsel Fred Thompson, working with Watergate special prosecutor Archibald Cox, the discovery of the existence of the Oval Office tapes, and the possibility of a criminal trial for former President Richard M. Nixon.
BOX-FOLDER 3/16 Oral history interview with John Dean, 1994-02-13
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on February 13, 1994 ; recorded at Beverly Hills, California.
Dean was White House counsel to President Richard Nixon and Associate Deputy Attorney General.
Dean discusses his duties as Associate Deputy Attorney General in the President Richard M. Nixon administration; the Pentagon Papers investigation; vetting Supreme Court nominees including William H. Rehnquist; administration reactions to the anti-Vietnam War movement; early meetings at which preliminary plans for the Watergate break-in were presented; the breaking of the Watergate scandal and administration reactions to it; Dean's reactions to the Watergate scandal; clandestine activities operating out of the White House; secret documents in the office safe of E. Howard Hunt; Richard Nixon's July 29, 1972 press conference; the Oval Office tapes; Dean's firing by President Richard M. Nixon; and Richard Nixon's legacy.
BOX-FOLDER 3/17 Oral history interview with Arnaud de Borchgrave, 1993-12-16
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on December 16, 1993 ; recorded at Washington, D.C.
De Borchgrave was chief correspondent for Newsweek magazine.
De Borchgrave discusses the Watergate scandal, an alleged French intelligence report indicating the Watergate break-in was engineered by foreign intelligence services to embarrass President Richard M. Nixon, Arab-Israeli policy prior to the Yom Kippur War, Daniel Ellsberg's personality, the Vietnam War and the invasion of Cambodia, and peace negotiations with North Vietnam.
BOX-FOLDER 3/18 Oral history interview with Bui Diem, 1993-12-17
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on December 17, 1993 ; recorded at Rockville, Maryland.
Bui Diem was Ambassador to the United States from the Republic of South Vietnam, 1967-1975.
Bui Diem discusses his first meeting with then Presidential candidate Richard M. Nixon, his difficulties in conveying to the South Vietnamese government the strength of the American anti-Vietnam War movement, the Pentagon Papers and Daniel Ellsberg, the peace negotiations with North Vietnam, the effectiveness of the Christmas 1974 bombing campaign of North Vietnam, and the end of the Vietnam War.
BOX-FOLDER 3/19 Oral history interview with John Ehrlichman, 1993-10-22
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on October 22, 1993 ; recorded at Atlanta, Georgia.
Ehrlichman was counsel Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs in the White House of President Richard Nixon.
Ehrlichman discusses Richard Nixon's thoughts on John F. Kennedy; China, Nixon's relationships with Vice President Spiro Agnew; National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger, and White House Special Counsel Charles Colson; a typical work day for Ehrlichman as domestic advisor to President Richard Nixon; Nixon's desire to shape his own legacy; Daniel Ellsberg; the break-in of Dr. Lewis Fielding's office; the Watergate scandal; the trials of Watergate participants; the pardon of Richard M. Nixon by President Gerald Ford; and Nixon's use of coarse language on the Watergate tapes.
BOX-FOLDER 3/20 Oral history interview with Hermann Eilts, 1993-10-27
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on October 27, 1993 ; recorded at Boston, Massachusetts.
Eilts was Principal Officer in the U.S. Interests Section of the Spanish Embassy in Egypt, 1973-1974, and United States Ambassador to Egypt, 1974-1979.
Eilts discusses the Yom Kippur War, organizing the Geneva Conference of 1973, National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger and Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, Kissinger's initial opposition to relief of Israel during the Yom Kippur War, Middle East policy of the Nixon administration, U.S. President Richard Nixon's visit to Egypt, and perception of the Watergate scandal and Nixon's resignation by Egyptian administration officials.
BOX-FOLDER 3/21 Oral history interview with Daniel Ellsberg, 1993-12-03 , 1993-12-15
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on December 3, 1993 and December 15, 1993 ; recorded at Washington, D.C.
Ellsberg was an analyst at the RAND Corporation who contributed to the study of the documents known as the Pentagon Papers, which Ellsberg leaked to various newspapers in 1971.
Ellsberg discusses his preparation of National Security Study Memorandum One (NISIM 1) for National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger, strategic bombing and mining in the Vietnam War, the break-in of Ellsberg's psychiatrist Dr. Lewis Fielding's office by the clandestine group known as the Plumbers, Ellsberg's father-in-law Louis Marx's relationship with FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, allegations made by Kissinger that Ellsberg shot at civilians during combat actions in the Vietnam War, charges that Ellsberg passed classified documents to Soviet agents, security within the RAND corporation, and Ellsberg's decision to release the Pentagon Papers.
BOX-FOLDER 3/22 Oral history interview with James Farmer, 1994-05-25
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on May 25, 1994 ; recorded via telephone.
Farmer was an Assistant Secretary for Administration in the Department of Housing, Education, and Welfare (HEW).
Farmer discusses consulting with President Richard M. Nixon about overriding the veto by Governor John Bell Williams of Head Start funding in Missippi, Farmer's appointment as Assistant Secretary in the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Nixon's record on domestic and civil rights issues, and Farmer's resignation as Assistant Secretary over the nomination of G. Harrold Carswell for Supreme Court Associate Justice.
BOX-FOLDER 3/23 Oral history interview with Muhammad Fawzi, 1994-02-24
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on February 24, 1993 ; recorded at Cairo, Egypt.
Fawzi was general commander of the Egyptian armed forces from 1967 and Egyptian Minister of War, 1968-1971.
Fawzi discusses the Israel-Arab War of 1967, Egypt's military preparations for subsequent conflict with Israel, the War of Attrition, reversal of Egyptian war policy under Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger, and U.S. President Richard M. Nixon's visit to Egypt in 1974.
BOX-FOLDER 3/24 Oral history interview with Fred Fielding, 1994-01-27
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on January 27, 1974 ; recorded at Washington, D.C.
Fielding was Assistant Counsel and Deputy Counsel to President Richard M. Nixon.
Fielding discusses President Richard M. Nixon's legal defense team, the Oval Office tapes, John Dean, tracking down White House secretary Kathleen Chenow, Watergate Plumber Egil "Bud" Krogh, Special Counsel Charles Colson, and Richard Nixon's comeback and legacy.
BOX-FOLDER 3/25 Oral history interview with Robert Finch, 1993-01-20
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on January 20, 1993 ; recorded at Pasadena, California.
Finch was United States Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW), 1969-1970.
Finch discusses Richard M. Nixon's 1960 Presidential election campaign, Nixon's 1962 California Gubernatorial election campaign, Finch's candidacy for Vice-President in the 1968 Presidential election, Vice-President Spiro Agnew, the relationship between President Dwight D. Eisenhower and then Vice-President Richard Nixon, Nixon's election and obsession with the media, the Watergate scandal, the system used for taping conversations in the Oval Office, and Nixon's legacy.
BOX-FOLDER 3/26 Oral history interview with Gerald Ford, 1993-11-22
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on November 22, 1993 ; recorded at New York City, New York.
Ford was Minority Leader in the United States House of Representatives, 1965-1973, and Vice President of the United States, 1973-1974. Ford replaced Richard M. Nixon as President of the United States in 1974, upon the latter's resignation, and issued Nixon a Presidential pardon in September 1974.
Ford discusses first meeting then Congressman Richard M. Nixon in 1949, the nomination of Spiro Agnew as Vice Presidential candidate, President Nixon's China and Soviet Union policies, Ford's nomination as Vice President of the United States following the resignation of Spiro Agnew, Nixon's civil rights policy, retaining Henry Kissinger as U.S. Secretary of State in the Ford Presidential administration, Nixon's resignation as President of the United States, the Watergate scandal, the evidence of the Oval Office tapes, the Presidential Pardon issued by Gerald Ford to Richard Nixon and the political consequences of that act for Ford, and Richard Nixon's political comeback and legacy.
BOX-FOLDER 3/27 Oral history interview with Leonard Garment, 1993-11-16
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on November 16, 1993 ; recorded at Washington, D.C.
Garment was Special Assistant to President Richard M. Nixon, 1969-1974, and acting White House Counsel, 1973-1974.
Garment discusses Richard M. Nixon joining the law firm of Mudge, Stern, Baldwin, and Todd in 1963, John and Martha Mitchell, Nixon's 1968 Presidential campaign, Garment's appointment as Special Assistant to the President, Nixon's top staff including Henry Kissinger, H.R. Haldeman, John Erlichman, Charles Colson, and John Dean, the formation of the clandestine White House group known as the Plumbers, the Watergate scandal and the content of the Oval Office tapes, the Watergate investigations, Garment's opinions on why the Oval Office tapes were not destroyed, the Yom Kippur War, Richard Nixon's resignation as President of the United States and subsequent political comeback.
BOX-FOLDER 3/28 Oral history interview with Seymour Glanzer, 1994-01-07
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on January 7, 1994 ; recorded via telephone.
Glanzer was Chief of the Anti-Fraud Section of the U.S. Attorney's Office for Washington, D.C., and served as one of the initial Watergate prosecutors.
Glanzer discusses the Watergate break-in, the investigation of Watergate by the U.S. Attorney's Office for Washington, D.C., the U.S. Senate Watergate select committee, and the implications of President Richard M. Nixon's acceptance of the Federal subpeona for the Oval Office tapes.
BOX-FOLDER 3/29 Oral history interview with Marshall Green, 1993-11-17
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on November 17, 1993 ; recorded at Washington, D.C.
Green was U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs, 1969-1973 and U.S. Ambassador to Australia, 1973-1975.
Green discusses President Richard M. Nixon's knowledge of Far Eastern affairs, the President's diplomatic summit in the Philippines, Nixon's relationship with and mistrust of the Foreign Service, National Security Advisor and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, Green being kept out of the loop on Far Eastern policy decisions such as the opening up of China and the bombing of Cambodia, peace negotiations with the North Vietnam government, the Vietnamization policy, Vietnam prisoners of war, South Vietnam President Nguyen Van Thieu, Daniel Ellsberg, the Shanghai Communique, and the normalization of diplomatic relations with the People's Republic of China.
BOX-FOLDER 3/30 Oral history interview with Alexander Haig, 1994-01-25
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on January 25, 1994 ; recorded at Washington, D.C.
Haig was military assistant to National Security Council Advisor Henry Kissinger, 1970-1973; U.S. Army Vice Chief of Staff, 1973; and White House Chief of Staff, 1973-1974.
Haig discusses the working relationship between President Richard M. Nixon and National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger, Vietnam War strategy, South Vietnam President Nguyen Van Thieu, the policy of Vietnamization, the December 1972 "Christmas Bombings" of North Vietnam, prisoners of war, Haig's appointment as White House Chief of Staff, the Watergate scandal, the legal status of the Oval Office tapes and Richard Nixon's decision to allow them to be subpoenaed, Vice President Spiro Agnew, the Saturday Night Massacre firing of Watergate Special Prosecutor Archibald Cox, the appointment of House Minority Leader Gerald Ford to replace Spiro Agnew as Vice President of the United States, the worldwide alert of the U.S. government and military in response to ultimatums issued by the Soviet Union over events surrounding the Arab-Israeli War of 1973, Nixon's pardoning by President Gerald Ford, and Nixon's legacy and political comeback.
BOX-FOLDER 3/31 Oral history interview with H. R. Haldeman, 1993-01-19
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on January 19. 1993 ; recorded at Santa Barbara, California.
Haldeman was President Richard M. Nixon's first White House Chief of Staff.
Haldeman discusses a typical day working in the White House of President Richard M. Nixon; Nixon's Camp David retreats; Richard Nixon's relationship with his staff; White House church services; the 1968 Presidential election; Spiro Agnew as Vice President; the evidence of the Oval Office tapes in the Watergate investigation, especially the "smoking gun" recording of the June 23, 1972 Oval Office meeting; and Haldeman's attempt to secure a pardon for himself and for other Watergate conspirators. He further gives an evaluation of Richard Nixon's character, habits, and views on civil rights; foreign relations with China, the Soviet Union, Vietnam; charges of paranoia made against Richard Nixon; actions taken against Daniel Ellsberg after the latter released the Pentagon Papers; the "dirty trucks" operations overseen by Donald Segretti; and White House Special Counsel Charles Colson.
BOX-FOLDER 3/32 Oral history interview with Robert Hartmann, 1993-08-23
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on August 23, 1993 ; recorded at Bethesda, Maryland.
Hartmann was a political aide to House Minority Leader Gerald R. Ford, and later counselor and speechwriter for President Ford.
Hartmann discusses President Richard Nixon's relationship with the Congressional Republican leadership and particularly House Minority Leader Gerald Ford, Ford's appointment as Vice President of the United States, Nixon's resignation as President, and President Gerald Ford's pardon of Nixon.
BOX-FOLDER 3/33 Oral history interview with Richard Helms, 1994-05-26
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on May 26, 1994 ; recorded via telephone.
Helms was Director of Central Intelligence in the administrations of Presidents Lyndon B. Johnson and Richard M. Nixon, 1966-1973, and U.S. Ambassador to Iran, 1973-1976.
Helms discusses learning that former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) operative E. Howard Hunt was now working for the White House as part of the Special Investigations Unit (known as the White House Plumbers), the CIA providing a profile on Daniel Ellsberg to the White House, and Helms's reactions to the Fielding and Watergate break-ins. Helms addresses the allegations made that the Bay of Pigs operation, and E. Howard Hunt's activities in that matter, were of significance to the Watergate conspiracy. Helms further discusses whether President Richard Nixon was well served by his staff, and the extent to which the CIA was involved in Nixon's policy regarding China and the Soviet Union.
BOX-FOLDER 3/34 Oral history interview with Walter Hickel, 1993-12-29
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on December 29, 1993 ; recorded via telephone.
Hickel was United States Secretary of the Interior in the President Richard M. Nixon administration, 1969-1970.
Hickel discusses the character of President Richard M. Nixon, Hickel's firing as Secretary of the Interior over a letter he had written to Nixon criticizing the latter's Vietnam War policy, and Hickel's reaction upon being offered the post of Interior Secretary in 1968.
BOX-FOLDER 3/35 Oral history interview with Lawrence Higby, 1994-02-15
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on February 15, 1994 ; recorded at Los Angeles, California.
Higby was a campaign for Richard M. Nixon's 1968 Presidential campaign and assistant to White House Chief of Staff H. R. Haldeman.
Higby discusses a typical working day in the White House of President Richard M. Nixon, the system used for recording the Oval Office tapes and the revelation of their existence, the Watergate conspiracy and break-in, and the legacy of the Watergate scandal.
BOX-FOLDER 3/36 Oral history interview with Hafez Ismail, 1993-02-23
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on February 23, 1993 ; recorded at Cairo, Egypt.
Ismail was National Security Advisor to Egyptian President Anwar Sadat.
Ismail discusses the beginning of the Arab-Israeli War of 1973 (also known as the Yom Kippur War), strategy and developments in the war, intervention proposals from the United States and the Soviet Union, the origins of the conflict, and the peace measures proposed by U.S. President Richard M. Nixon and U.S. National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger.
BOX-FOLDER 3/37 Oral history interview with Jerry Jones, 1994-02-04
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on February 4, 1994 ; recorded at New York City, New York.
Jones was a campaign aide for Richard M. Nixon, 1972, director of the White House Personnel Office,1973-1974, and White House staff secretary under U.S. Presidents Nixon and Gerald Ford.
Jones discusses working on President Richard M. Nixon's 1972 election campaign, Jones's duties as White House staff secretary under Nixon, White House special counsel Charles Counsel, screening political appointees for the second term reorganization of the Executive branch, Nixon's top advisors, the Oval Office tapes and Jones's responsibility for their caretaking and security, the Watergate break-in and scandal, the role of politics in the Watergate investigations, White House Counsel John Dean, the final days in the Nixon White House, the pardoning of Richard Nixon by President Gerald Ford, and Jones's evaluation of Richard Nixon's character and motivations.
BOX-FOLDER 3/38 Oral history interview with David Keene, 1994-02-17
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on February 17, 1994 ; recorded via telephone.
Keene was Deputy Assistant for National Affairs in the administration of U.S. President Richard M. Nixon, and Assistant for National Affairs to Vice President Spiro Agnew.
Keene discusses U.S. Vice President Spiro Agnew and his role within the administration of President Richard Nixon, Secretary of the Treasury John Connally, Agnew as spokesman for the Silent Majority, Keene's working relationship with the White House staff and special counsel Charles Colson in particular, the corruption charges leveled against Agnew, and Agnew's subsequent resignation.
BOX-FOLDER 3/39 Oral history interview with Herbert Klein, 1993-01-22
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on January 22, 1993 ; recorded at San Diego, California.
Klein was Communications Director for the Executive Branch, 1969-1973.
Klein discusses Richard Nixon's 1960 Presidential campaign, Klein's first meeting as a member of the press with Congressman Nixon, Nixon's rapport with the media, Nixon's 1962 California gubernatorial campaign, Klein's appointment as Exceutive Branch Communications Director and his duties pertaining to that office, White House special counsel Charles Colson's role in the administration, U.S. Vice President Spiro Agnew, the Watergate scandal and the administation's response, and President Richard Nixon's legacy and comeback.
BOX-FOLDER 3/40 Oral history interview with Richard Kleindienst, 1994-02-11
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on February 11, 1994 ; recorded via telephone.
Kleindienst was Deputy Attorney General, 1969-1972, and Attorney General of the United States, 1972-1973.
Kleindienst discusses U.S. Vice President Spiro Agnew, Kleindienst's appointment as Deputy Attorney General, working with then Attorney General John Mitchell, wiretapping, Kleindienst's resignation as U.S. Attorney General, Watergate Special Prosecutor Archibald Cox, White Housel Counsel John Dean, President Richard Nixon's character, and G. Gordon Liddy's request that Kleindienst arrange the release of the Watergate burglars.
BOX-FOLDER 4/1 Oral history interview with Frederick C. LaRue, 1994-01-31
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on January 31, 1994 ; recorded via telephone.
LaRue was a campaign aide for Richard M. Nixon's 1968 and 1972 Presidential campaigns, and an informal White House special consultant, 1968-1972.
LaRue discusses Richard Nixon's 1968 and 1972 Presidential campaigns; Committee to Reelect the President (CRP) Director John Mitchell; the March 30, 1972 meeting in Key Biscayne, Florida of LaRue, Mitchell, and CRP Deputy Director Jeb Magruder; questions about who authorized the dirty tracks campaign known as Operation Gemstone; discussions with CRP general counsel G. Gordon Liddy after the Watergate break-in concerning the various proposed abuses known as the White House Horrors, and promises made to the Watergate burglars that their financial needs would be taken care of if caught; and the origins of the Watergate coverup.
BOX-FOLDER 4/2 Oral history interview with G. Gordon Liddy, 1993-11-15
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on November 15, 1993 ; recorded at Fairfax, Virginia.
Liddy was an aide in the Treasury Department and White House during the administration of President Richard M. Nixon, General Counsel for the Committee to Reelect the President (CRP), and supervisor of the break-in of Democrat National Headquarters offices in the Watergate complex.
Liddy discusses his undercover role as poltical intelligence officer for the Committee to Reelect the President (CRP), threatening CRP operative Donald Segretti, planning and implementation of various "dirty tricks" operations particularly the break-ins of psychologist Dr. Lewis Fielding's office and the Democrat National Headquarters offices at the Watergate hotel complex, planned operations that were cancelled after the discovery of the Watergate break-in, andattempts made by unknown parties to break in to CRP headquarters. Liddy gives brief evaluations of White House Counsel John Dean, Attorney General John Mitchell's wife Martha, and President Richard M. Nixon.
BOX-FOLDER 4/3 Oral history interview with Winston Lord, 1993-12-02
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on December 2, 1993 ; recorded at Washington, D.C.
Lord was a staff member for the U.S. National Security Council, 1969-1973, and Director of the Department of State's Policy Planning Staff, 1973-1977.
Lord discusses his duties on the U.S. National Security Council staff, wiretapping, normalizing diplomatic relations with the People's Republic of China, President Richard M. Nixon's meeting with Communist Party of China (CPC) Chairman Mao Zedong, U.S. National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger's negotiations with People's Republic of Vietnam representative Le Duc Tho and the Paris Peace Accords of 1973, Nizon's summit meetings with Soviet Union Communist Party General Secretary Leonid Il'ich Brezhnev, and Nixon and Kissinger's working relationship on foreign policy matters.
BOX-FOLDER 4/3 Oral history interview with Jeb Magruder, 1994-05-25
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on May 25, 1994 ; recorded via telephone.
Magruder was Special Assistant to the President, 1969-1971, Deputy Director of the Committee to Reelect the President (CRP) for Richard Nixon's Presidential campaign, 1971-1972, Director for Nixon's second inauguration, 1972-1973, and Director of Policy Planning at the U.S. Department of Commerce, 1973.
Magruder discusses his role as Deputy Director of the Committee to Reelect the President (CRP); authorization for the Watergate break-in; CRP General Counsel G. Gordon Liddy's role in planning political intelligence operations; White House Special Counsel Charles Colson; attempts to contain the Watergate scandal; and the guilt of senior officials in President Richard M. Nixon's administration.
BOX-FOLDER 4/5 Oral history interview with Fred Malek, 1994-01-26
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on January 26, 1994 ; recorded at Washington D.C.
Malek was a Deputy Undersecretary at the Depertment of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW), 1969-1970, Special Assistant to the President for personnel, 1970-1972, Deputy Director for the Committee to Relect the President (CRP) for Richard M. Nixon's 1972 Presidential campaign, and Deputy Director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), 1973-1975.
Malek discusses the devolution policy of New Federalism; a typical day working in the White House of President Richard M. Nixon; personnel policy in the Nixon administration; the request for mass resignation of senior officials at the start of Nixon's second Presidential term; White House Special Counsel Charles Colson; Committee to Reelect the President (CRP) Deputy Director G. Gordon Liddy; White House Counsel John Dean; Richard Nixon's 1972 Presidential campaign; the Watergate scandal; and Nixon's legacy.
BOX-FOLDER 4/6 Oral history interview with Robert Mardian, 1994-02-16
Interview conducted by Deborah Hart Strober and Gerald S. Strober on February 16, 1994 ; recorded at Phoenix, Arizona.
Mardian was General Counsel for the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW), Assistant Attorney General of the United States in charge of the Internal Security Division, and Deputy Director of the Committee to Reelect the President (CRP) for Richard M. Nixon's 1972 Presidential campaign.
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