Question: Is this good for Language arts Nixon?
“Certainly in the next 50 years we shall see a woman president, perhaps sooner than you think. A woman can and should be able to do any political job that a man can do.”
Richard Milhous Nixon said those words. He was the 37th president of the United States. Nixon was born January 9th 1913. He was born in Yorba Linda, California. A couple years later he moved to Whittier, California, where he attended Whittier University, he graduated in 1934. After Whittier University Nixon attended Duke University School of law, and graduated in 1937.
Nixon was married on June 21, 1940. A few years later they had two daughters their names are Julie, and Tricia. He also had four dogs named Checkers, King Timahoe, Pasha, and Vicky.
Richard Nixon was also the 36th Vice-President of the United States of America for the Dwight D. Eisenhower administration.
Nixon is known for the Watergate scandal. While in office Nixon ended the war in Vietnam. He also got 2 pandas as a gift from China.
Richard Nixon was the first president to visit China. Richards nickname was Tricky Dick. Nixon had hay fever, and motion sickness. Nixon’s favorite food was meatloaf. Pat Nixon was a Hollywood extra when she was younger. In conclusion, Nixon died in New York, in 1994.
“I am not a crook”
Depends on what level you are teaching, people in the 11th grade do american literature. So yeah I think it could be used affectively.
Yes. good Work!
The News Media & Democrats Hated Nixon because he grew up Poor.
They don't think it's right for peasants to become President.
That's why they also Hated Reagan.
(I didn't like Nixon because he was Liberal.)
Yes, but not sufficient. He was a witchunter, liar, anti semite, a professional anti communist, a warmonger. a Quaker, but not a pacifist
its ok, but the last paragraph stinks.