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To: iowamark

Nixon disliked Jews in the abstract as a group stereotype, but was willing to deal with them when it served his interests, and with personal contact, came to trust some, and become friends with a least one, Leonard Garment (or some name close to that). Frankly, Nixon didn't like people much in general. He was deeply introverted, a highly unusual characteristic in a politician, but there you have it.


44 posted on 06/02/2005 8:33:59 PM PDT by Torie (Constrain rogue state courts; repeal your state constitution)
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To: Torie

I can envision that Nixon thought less of his fellow Quakers than many other groups, including Jews.


49 posted on 06/02/2005 8:42:46 PM PDT by AmishDude (Join the AD fan club: "Very well stated, AD." -- Diana in Wisconsin; "LOL!!!" -- MikeinIraq)
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