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Ehrlichman, John (1925-1999)


Langue d'expression : Anglais
Date de naissance : 20 -  03 -  1925
Date de mort : 14 -  02 -  1999
Genre : Masculin


Note publique d'information : 
Conseiller du Président Nixon


Internet,, 2004-12-02

Information trouvée : JJohn D. Ehrlichman (March 20, 1925 - February 14, 1999)

Internet,, 2004-11-30

Information trouvée : John Ehrlichman, President Nixon's top domestic affairs adviser who served 18 months in prison on a Watergate conspiracy conviction, died Sunday in a nursing home, friends said Monday. He was 73. Ehrlichman coined a phrase that became part of the nation's political lexicon when he advised Nixon to allow L. Patrick Gray III, then acting director of the FBI, to become the fall guy for Watergate and to leave him "twisting slowly, slowly in the wind." After his release, Ehrlichman lived for a number of years in New Mexico where he began a new career as a writer and commentator. He wrote three novels, "The Company," "The Whole Truth" and "The China Card," and co-authored "The Rigby File." Ehrlichman also wrote a memoir, "Witness to Power: The Nixon Years." (February 15, 1999)

The company : a novel / by John Ehrlichman, 1976

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