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Includes bibliographical references (p. -248) and index.
Portrait of the young political artist as madman (from the inner cranium to history) -- Anxieties-- of a Cold War spring and an "inside dopester" -- A summer of "the Great Salesroom" -- "A wonderful guy"? -- "Chin up" -- "America has taken Dick Nixon to its heart" -- The dog that bit.
A behind-the-scenes, sixtieth anniversary commemoration of the thirty-seventh President's famous "Checkers" speech demonstrates how it salvaged a psychologically troubled Nixon's position on Eisenhower's Republican ticket, set the tone for the 1952 campaign, and reflected period politics and culture.