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  • emUnexampled Courageem
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    Unexampled Courage

    Federal Judge Richard Gergel recalled the blinding of African American World War II veteran Isaac Woodard by South Carolina police in 1946 and the subsequent political and judicial response.…

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  • The Nixon Pardon
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    The Nixon Pardon

    Professor Rozell delivered his paper titled, "In Defense of President Ford’s Pardon of Richard M. Nixon," and Professor Pederson delivered his paper, “Ford’s Pardon of Nixon: Machiavellian or…

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  • US v French Legal System Part 2
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    U.S. v. French Legal System Part 2

    Justice Ginsburg participated in a form that focused on the similarities and differences between the legal systems of the United States and France. Her counterpart of the French…

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  • US v French Legal System Part 1
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    U.S. v. French Legal System Part 1

    Associate Justice Ginsburg participated in a discussion about the similarities and differences between the United States and the French equivalent, the Constitutional Counsel. Judge Lenoir…

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  • Ending the Vietnam War
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    Ending the Vietnam War

    Authors, experts, and historians spoke to the Richard Nixon Symposium at Hofstra University about the Nixon Administration’s decision to end the war in Vietnam. In many ways, the panelists…

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  • Perspectives on Nixon
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    Perspectives on Nixon

    At the opening session of the Richard Nixon Symposium at Hofstra University the two primary speakers were Eliot Richardson who offered his perspective as an individual who had served…

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  • The Nixon Presidency
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    The Nixon Presidency

    Tom Wicker, a reporter from the New York Times, spoke at the Richard Nixon Symposium at Hofstra University about his experiences with and opinions of President Richard Nixon.

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