GIDEON ROSE, JAMES WORTHEN, AND STEVEN R. WEISMAN TO SPEAK AT THE NIXON LIBRARY
Yorba Linda, Fall 2010
October 1, 2010: The Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum, a federal facility operated by the National Archives and Record Administration, is proud to announce its summer public programming schedule.
We will welcome Gideon Rose, the managing editor of Foreign Affairs, on October 26, 2010 from 7:00-8:30 p.m. He will talk about his latest work, How Wars End: Why We Always Fight the Battle.
On November 2, 2010 from 7:00-8:30 p.m., James Worthen, a former program manager at the Central Intelligence, will discuss his work The Young Nixon and his Rivals: Four California Republicans Eye the White House, 1946-1958.
Finally, Steven R. Weisman, a prominent journalist for the New York Times and author of Daniel Patrick Moynihan: A Portrait in Letters, will speak on November 18, 2010 from 7:00-8:30 p.m. Admission to these events is free. The Library recommends that those planning to attend call to reserve seats at 714-983-9120 or email Nixon@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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