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By Charles Stuart
The suffering and pleasure of the 2004 Presidential crusade among Bush and Kerry echoed the mad frenzy of past, low-tech campaigns. In vital methods, little has fairly replaced within the primary nature of presidential campaigns, presidential politics, and presidential lives. In those pages, a Nixon guy stocks incidents and anecdotes that remove darkness from the internal workings of a presidential crusade and lifestyles within the White condo, revealing touching moments and flashes of character from the arguable Nixon years.These are small goods, a few severe, a few funny; telling little moments not really to be addressed within the writings of extra well-known authors. this can be a selection of the tales that give a contribution to the drama of a crusade, of perspectives from Pennsylvania street, and with them a few reviews on a number of White condominium personalities.
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Extra resources for Never Trust a Local: Inside Nixon's Campaign And the White House
The other button went to the men’s room on the second floor. ” When President Johnson wanted to talk to someone, he wanted to talk. The next day, there were phones in the stalls. Those phones were removed when Nixon became president. I was always glad that Nixon’s style was different from Johnson’s. There are times when you just don’t want to speak with the President of the United States. 49 13. BUD KROGH When John Ehrlichman placed Bud Krogh in charge of coordination with the FBI concerning the “full field investigations,” he did so because Bud had all the right qualities for the job: intelligence, energy, honesty, concern for law and order, trustworthiness and the ability to keep a secret.
When a young man with a beard, long hair, grubby or otherwise of disreputable appearance or a girl with obvious hippy propensities got to the ticket takers, they were refused admittance. If they objected, and many did, there were other advance men standing by to help ease them along in the process. Ed wanted me, along with some of the other big men, to be one of the enforcers. Occasionally, there was a real argument and some tugging, pulling and pushing, but fortunately there were about a dozen advance men and the suspects weren’t in the line en masse.
What if…? The party at the Waldorf for the advance men and traveling campaign staff was in recognition of a job well done. There was a large private room with drinks, food and a band. All of the guys from around the country were there, with their wives. By this time I knew many of them, and many more by their reputations (good and bad). We considered ourselves the Delta Force of the Nixon campaign, the men who made things happen, the championship team in a game that had been played over several months.
Never Trust a Local: Inside Nixon's Campaign And the White House by Charles Stuart