But Did Ike Like You Back?

Author Jeffrey Frank Explains How Nixon Was Scarred by His Relationship with Eisenhower

Even a century after Richard Nixon’s birth, his life and political career are still almost always considered in light of his demons and dark side. But former New Yorker editor Jeffrey Frank, author of Ike and Dick: Portrait of a Strange Political Marriage, chose to dissect Nixon in an entirely different context—that of his relationship to his boss and eventual in-law, President Dwight D. Eisenhower, for whom Nixon was a two-term vice president.

“It’s amazing how mean” Eisenhower was to Nixon, former Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum director Tim Naftali, …

You’ve Got Nixon All Wrong

What Should You Remember About Our 37th President?

If you care about Richard Nixon, you probably have an opinion about him. It may be an informed opinion or an uninformed opinion. Either way, it’s going to be an …

How We Got Richard Nixon

On Nixon’s 100th Birthday, We Should Remember His Debt to the Los Angeles Times—and the Enduring Power Of Local Media

In the summer of 1945, Richard Nixon, born a hundred years ago today, was a Navy lieutenant with a law degree and an uncertain future. So it was a thrilling …