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Richard M. Nixon was a noted congressman who performed investigations for the House Un-American Activities Committee, and was later elected President of the United States, an office he held until his resignation.

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Nixon once served in the United States Navy and remained in the reserve for some time.[1]

On October 17, 1949, Nixon conducted an interview with Navy intelligence officer L. Ron Hubbard. Hubbard disclosed information about rocket engineer Jack Parsons' deep involvement in the occult, involving illicit drug use and "sex magick rituals." Nixon submitted his interview with Hubbard to General Nathan F. Twining on November 12, requesting further investigation.[1]

In November 1950, Nixon reported an interview he conducted with Parsons, questioning his religious beliefs.[1]

In 1958, while serving as Vice President of the United States under Eisenhower, Nixon was alleged to be an informant for Lt. Col. Douglas Milford, known as "M."[1]

In the early hours of November 6, 1968, Dale Cooper recorded a tape making note of Nixon's Presidential election, unsure of what it meant.[2]

By 1973, many Haverford College students became critical of Nixon, calling for his prosecution, imprisonment, and even death. On March 29, 1974, Dale Cooper stated his belief that Nixon was involved in a coverup and would most certainly be impeached. The following August, Cooper mailed his Nixon buttons to the White House.[2]

Nixon later resigned from office. Howard Teller and his girlfriend recorded a tape of themselves having sex during his resignation speech.[2]

Behind the scenes[]

Richard Milhous Nixon (January 9, 1913 – April 22, 1994) was an American politician, serving as a representative and senator to California before serving as Vice President under Dwight D. Eisenhower, and finally President from 1969 until his resignation in 1974.

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