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The images included in this online resource from the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History offer a powerful record of an unsettling time in American History. Photographer Fred Maroon was granted unusual access to the Nixon White House to document the 1970 reelection campaign as well as the major events of the Watergate controversy. Students will learn about Nixon's presidency as well as the importance of photojournalism through the use of behind-the-scenes photographs and oral history interviews with Fred Maroon. A timeline of events covering the years 1968-1974 is also included.
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