Breaking Into Brookings: Nixon, Haldeman and Kissinger
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Breaking Into Brookings: Nixon, Haldeman and Kissinger

In the aftermath of the publication of the Pentagon Papers, the president was incensed that the press was blaming him for the Vietnam conflict. Here, Nixon discusses a plot to break into the Brookings Institution and steal files on Vietnam (July 1, 1971). Audio by Richard Nixon Presidential Materials Project, The National Archives.

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