Nixon Presidential Library & Museum Unveils 66,000 More pages From His White House Days
From the Orange County Register:
About 66,000 pages pertaining to the operation of the White House while Richard Nixon was president were opened for the first time to public view on Monday.
“It will give people an understanding of how the White House operated,” said Jason Schultz, supervisory archivist at the Nixon Presidential Library & Museum.
The Nixon Library, one of 13 presidential libraries run by the National Archives, released the 66,000 pages and another 500 declassified documents.
Those documents, declassified in response to researchers’ requests, cover disparate topics such as the bombing operation in Southeast Asia, Soviet missile testing, and U.S. relations with Israel.
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