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CSPAN
Sep 1, 2016 9:13pm EDT
detente, dealings with china and russia, mr. weiner's book, and it very well complimented by evan's study of what it was really like to be richard nixon, evan thomas' book takes the entire life of mr. nixon, birth through the full stenof this life and offers a great deal of insight of him as a father, as husband,o as a man who was just always striving, whereas tim weiner's book tends to capture the way he was truly a raging insomniac who as he just remark ted in his attempt to deal with insomnia by meds indicating himself with alcohol, not a good formula. so, each book is so convincing you need to sit down with the two of them together. in eave vietnam's last paragraph he reminds us nixon was no saint but have seemed to have martyred himself in his self-destructive behavior. i thought that i would ask first mr. weaner to tell us, what it was that caused him to set out to write this book.ell us w >> well, about three years ago, i was at the nixon presidential library and archives in his home town, an hour south of los angeles. talking about nixon's relationship with j. edgar hoover,
CSPAN
Apr 17, 2016 4:53am EDT
together. the war in vietnam, chile, the detente, dealings with china and russia, that is tim weiner's book, and that is complemented by evan's study of what it is like to be richard nixon and take the entire life to mister nixon's birth through the full extent and insight about him as a father and husband, as a man who was always striving. tim weiner captures the way he was a raging insomniac who as he remarked in the attempt to deal to medicate himself with alcohol, not a good formula. each book is so convincing you need to sit down with a two of them together. in the last paragraph nixon was no saint but he martyred himself in a lot of his self-destructive behavior. i thought i would ask tim weiner to tell us what it was that caused him to set out to write this book. >> a few years ago i was at the nixon presidential library and archives in the home town south of los angeles, talking about nixon's relationship with j edgar hoover whom nixon called, not entirely sincerely, my close personal friend in all political life of 25 years. when hoover died six weeks before the water
CSPAN
Sep 25, 2016 9:00am EDT
specific events like the war in vietnam, chile , the dctente dealings with china and russia, that's mister weiner's book and it's very well complemented by evans study of what it was really like to be richard nixon, evan thomas's book takes the entire life of mister nixon through the full extent of his life and offers a great deal of insight about him as afather, as a husband , as a man who is just always striving whereas tim weiner's book tends to capture the way that he was truly a raging insomniac who as you remark attemptedto deal with his insomnia by medicating himself with alcohol . not a good form. so each book is so convincing need to sit down with the two of them together. evan's book is not so sympathetic. in his last paragraph he does remind us nixon was no saint but he does seem to have martyred himself in a lot of his self-destructive behavior. i thought i would ask first mister weiner to tell us what it was that caused him to set out to write this book. ? >> three years ago i was at the nixon presidential library and archives in his hometown an hour south of los angele
Search Results 0 to 3 of about 4 (some duplicates have been removed)