Richard Nixon begins off his memoir by explaining the times of his most, greatest failure in life.

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Richard Nixon begins off his memoir by explaining the times of his most, greatest failure in life. It describes the writings of his most important comings with Chou En-lai. His worst failure was having no source of communications, whatsoever with the country of China for at least 25 to 26 years. Nixon talks about both of the sides of his feelings with the significance of his greatest triumph. (Richard Nixon, pg 13, 343) He also goes through his life, previous to the Watergate event, in San Clemente and the other sites near the end of his time as president when he did large amounts of writing and traveling. (Richard Nixon, pg 27) Then writes about the political issues that landed between the years of 1989 and 1990. Richard was raised as a…show more content…
This, although made him stronger, because the Richard Nixon in 1974 had more problems than what he had already overcome. So he took time off the political issues of the US. He decided to go into a more relaxing stage and work on his golf game, along with writing his memoirs, from his inspirations. (Richard Nixon, pg 104, 107) The money he made, he payed off lots of the debts he had barged up over the years. In these writings, Nixon talked about his family situations and there religious views. He discussed that he had been born from a Quaker mother and the other half of his big family. (Richard Nixon, pg 88, 89) He told the press of his mother and father mostly. Told them about his mother being a complete saint and his father's exceptional generosity, in his goodbye letters to his cabinet in his times of presidency. He also discussed his childhood, and how even though he had seen so much of his family pass away, his younger years were surely the best and funnest times of his life. During his college years, he wrote about him playing football for his university. This, and how his coach was a good mentor to him, and made him more of the man he was. Also his coach, helped him with his struggles of being an athlete because he was more dull in that area. (Richard Nixon, pg 97-105) Nixon had a hard time paying for college, because at this

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