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He had a degree from Princeton and a doctorate from Johns Hopkins University. He had served as a football coach and president of Princeton University. After US neutrality was challenged in 1917 by the Germans, Wilson asked the United States Congress
One quiet night in June 1972, five men broke into Democratic Headquarters in the Watergate office building in Washington, D.C. Cash found on them was traced to the Committee to Re-Elect the President (Nixon). They were attempting to plant
A memorial service will honor the life of Watergate figure-turned-evangelist Charles Colson. Colson died April 21 at the age of 80. He was President Richard Nixon's special counsel and served a prison sentence for a Watergate-
In his last days, Charles Colson felt ill but told friends he needed to go to Lansdowne, Va., to talk about his faith and vision for the future with dozens of Christian leaders he had assembled for a meeting in late April. "He knew that he didn't
Colson, the convicted Watergate felon who died last Saturday. In his first act, Mr. Colson was Nixon's hatchet man and the ugliest of the Watergate thugs, the most shamelessly vicious, as one historian wrote this week in The New Republic . But Mr.
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Lopez says an order to sanction tech companies whose products empower tyrants to kill their own people can help undermine repression before it begins updated 8:53 AM EDT, Wed April 25, 2012 Timothy Stanley says after Tuesday's primaries, the former
But I first met Chuck more than a decade after he left the gates of Alabama's Maxwell prison. I was a job-seeking college senior, in whom Chuck detected some well-hidden potential as a research assistant. In him, I found my greatest example of the
Watergate Conspirator and God's Own Ratfucker Former Special Counsel to President Richard Nixon and Watergate co-conspirator Chuck Colson died this weekend . Besides being a criminal and an intolerant far-right evangelical, he's perhaps most famous
Kennedy and the California governor's race two years later (when he uttered the immortal line to the media, "You don't have Nixon to kick around anymore") the former vice president knew he must reinvent himself to run for president again in 1968.