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A proud, struggling friend needs our aid: As political battles rage in Moscow, Bill Clinton has taken the advice of a discredited predecessor and pledged more help to Russia. Richard Nixon sets out the thinking that has become American policy
Friday 12 March 1993
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Tuesday 23 February 1993
Gerhard A. Gesell, judge, died 19 February, aged 82. Sentenced Richard Nixon's adviser John Ehrlichman in the Pentagon Papers case, and Lt-Col Oliver North in the Iran-Contra affair.
Wednesday 03 February 1993
WILLIAM SHAWCROSS's biography of Rupert Murdoch was reviewed sniffily by several British critics, who accused him of being soft on the fearsome tycoon. In the United States, where a shortened, Americanised version of Murdoch has just been published, Mr Shawcross has had an easier time - except from Herbert Mitgang in the New York Times.
Wednesday 09 December 1992
Sir: Reggie Nadelson asks, today, in 'Little things mean a lot', 'what about Nixon's dog?'
Sunday 16 August 1992
WASHINGTON (Reuter) - Judge John Sirica, 88, a central figure in the Watergate scandal of the 1970s, died on Friday. He presided over the 1973 trial of the men accused of breaking into the Democratic Party headquarters during the 1972 presidential election campaign.
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