Ambassadorships for Sale: Nixon and Staff
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Ambassadorships for Sale: Nixon and Staff

The president and H.R. Haldeman, Charles W. Colson and Peter M. Flanigan, are discussing possible ambassadorial appointments for key supporters. (July 2, 1971) Audio by Richard Nixon Presidential Materials Project, The National Archives.

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