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Before Watergate: ‘The Nixon Tapes’ provides a revealing look into the Nixon administration

“The Nixon Tapes,” co-authored by Luke A. Nichter and Douglas Brinkley, is an intriguing behind-the-presidential-curtain look at Richard Nixon, 37th president of the United States and the only one forced to resign from office due to the Watergate scandal. Based on transcribed audio tapes from February 1971 through January 1973, the book offers the most comprehensive look at his presidency before Watergate.

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Memories of childhood in two cultures

All creatures have memory but people are the only ones that record them.

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Windle's Historical Novel

By Lois Wauson

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Fall In Love For Life

By Gail Dillon

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Meet The Fergusons

There are at least two compelling reasons to read a newly released book entitled “In the Governor’s Shadow,” about former Texas governors James and Miriam (aka Ma and Pa) Ferguson. In this account, author Carol Wilson of Temple weaves a lesson in Texas history into the story of this famous native Bell County pair in a way that enlightens and entertains.

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Tales From Sales

Myka Allen-Johnson left her teaching job after she had her life threatened, thumb broken, and hair torn out. But that was just the warm-up routine. Now she's here to talk about how crazy her life has been since then, after she became a real estate professional.

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