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CSPAN
Aug 9, 2014 12:00pm EDT
that we live in today, opening china, soviet union, allowing japan and germany to rebuild. i still think that and then given today's polarize politics politics, you have to look at his domestic record as well. but his people, john ehrlichman and others, did significant work with the democratic congress on a number of other issues and so teddy kennedy once said that if he had taken richard nixon's healthcare plan, it would have been the best deal he ever made and he held out for too much at the time. host: clearly one of the turning points, the tapes, it's this question from mark hastings also on our facebook page which i think is a looming question of this whole era, why did he not destroy the tapes? guest: part of the reason was that he was sick with pneumonia when the tapes were announced. he was in the hospital. and his attorneys the went out to visit him at walter reed and they presented the tapes. the political types said burn them and they had an eraser that they could have done it without having a big bonfire on the white house lane. but other advisors said that the law is p
CSPAN
Sep 1, 2014 2:15pm EDT
together a structure for the multipolar world we live in today, opening china, detente with the soviet union, allowing japan and germany to rebuild, safeguarding them. but i still think that and then given today's polarized politics, you have to look at his domestic record and say he cooperated with the democratic congress in part because he had to, in part because he didn't care and he wanted to focus on the great game of foreign policy, but his people, george schultz, john ehrlichman, did significant work with the congress with the environment, on civil rights, a number of other issues, and so teddy kennedy once said if he had taken richard nixon's health care plan which is similar to obamaca obamacare, it would have been the best deal he ever made. he held out for too long. >> clearly one of the turning points, the tapes. the supreme court battle that was a unanimous decision and the house judiciary hearings which we have been showing. there's a question from mark hastings which i think is one of the looming questions of this whole era. why did he keep the tapes? why did he not dest
CSPAN
Aug 10, 2014 1:49am EDT
today. opening china, allowing japan and germany to rebuild, as with the other cold war presidents. i still think that and given today's polarized politics, you have to look at his mystic record as well and say he cooperated with the democratic congress. in part, because he had to. in part, because he did not care and wanted to focus on foreign policy. significantle did work with the democratic congress on the environment, civil rights, on a number of other issues. teddy kennedy once said if he had taken richard nixon's health care plan which was similar to obamacare, it would have been the best deal he ever made. he held out for too much at the time and should have taken it. >> the tape, the supreme court battle, the unanimous decision, and the house judiciary committee hearings we have been showing. there is this comment on our facebook page which is a looming question of this era. why did he not destroy the tapes? ed that question is chews on. part of it was he was sick with pneumonia in the hospital when the tapes were announced. attorneys went out to visit him at walter reed.
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