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Perhaps an infamous president deserves an infamous vice president. Richard Nixon's running mate, Spiro Agnew, has almost as tarnished an image in modern American history as Nixon himself. Through a series of events that eerily foreshadowed the president's own eventual exit, Agnew was forced to leave office in October of 1973 after charges of tax evasion. Less than a year later, Nixon would resign over the Watergate scandal. In a fascinating piece just posted on the Atlantic web site, Miller Center scholar Nicole Hemmer looks at the Nixon/Agnew team, revealing a complex and flawed realtionship.
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