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NIXON PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY TO HOST PANEL DISCUSSION ON THE ENVIRONMENT
President Nixon and the Environment

Yorba Linda, CA. . . April 12, 2010..."Celebrate the fortieth anniversary of Earth Day with some of our goverment’s earliest environmentalists in an engaging and thoughtful examination of the Nixon administration’s environmental policy."

Our distinguished Panelest include.

MR. CHRIS DEMUTH: American Enterprise Institute Senior Fellow and Nixon White House staffer for environmental policy.

HON. WILLIAM RUCKELSHAUS: The first EPA Administrator.

HON. JOHN C. WHITAKER: Domestic Council Associate Director for Environmental Policy and Under-Secretary of the Interior.

Moderated by.
DR. J. BROOKS FLIPPIN: Professor of History at Southeastern Oklahoma State University and author of Nixon and the Environment.

Thursday, April 22, 2010 1:30pm to 3:30pm

Co-sponsored by the Nixon Presidential Library and Museum and the Richard Nixon Foundation.

This panel is free and open to the public! For reservations, please call 714 - 364 - 1162.

The following documents,(link) taken from our vast archive of over 40 million pages, provide some insight into the Nixon administration’s far-reaching environmental policy. For more information, please contact our archivists at Nixon@nara.gov or our education department at NixonEducation@nara.gov.

 
About the Presidential Libraries
The National Archives and Records Administration operates twelve Presidential Libraries, representing U.S. Presidents from Herbert Hoover through Bill Clinton.  These are not libraries in the usual sense.  They are archives and museums, preserving the written record and physical history of our presidents, while providing special programs and exhibits that serve their communities.  These libraries, described by President Reagan as “classrooms of Democracy,” belong to the American people and provide to the public insight into the times in which these presidents lived and served the nation.  For more information about Presidential Libraries, visit http://www.archives.gov/presidential-libraries.

 

About the Nixon Library: The Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum, a nonpartisan federal institution, is a part of the National Archives and Records Administration. For more information, contact (714) 983-9120 or visit http://www.nixonlibrary.gov.

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