Nixon’s Mix Tapes

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Richard Nixon’s death-grip on the American political imagination has brought us opera, theatre, film and books beyond measure, but somehow the era’s creepiness never fades.

Now the impresarios of, your go-to guys for hours of he-man presidential chatter, offer up the image of Watergate criminals whiling away their golden years listening to their younger selves plotting crimes with the Chief Executive.

The nixontape-ists are trying to corral the remaints of the Nixon era into its schemes by making them special mix tapes of their White House recordings.

At last, Brookings Bomber wannabe Chuck Colson can review his glory days before Jesus, in the comfort of home, office or car.


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