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1974

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Demonstrators sponsored by the National Campaign to Impeach Nixon pass the White House and Washington Monument on a March to Capitol Hill on April 27, 1974 to urge lawmakers to speed up impeachment of President Richard Nixon. It was the first major protest in a year in the nation's capitol. Fewer than expected numbers turned out for the march and mostly were all young. (UPI Photo/TM/Files)
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Demonstrators sponsored by the National Campaign to Impeach Nixon pass the White House and Washington Monument on a March to Capitol Hill on April 27, 1974 to urge lawmakers to speed up impeachment of President Richard Nixon. It was the first major protest in a year in the nation's capitol. Fewer than expected numbers turned out for the march and mostly were all young. (UPI Photo/TM/Files)
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WAP74062503 - 25 JUNE 1974 - WASHINGTON, D.C., USA: President Nixon boards the presidential helicopter on the lawn of the White House June 25, 1974 on a trip to Europe and Moscow. Nixon would resign not long after with a similar salute goodbye at the White House. iw/rkm/fc/file UPI
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U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger (L) joins President Richard Nixon and Russian leaders in a toast after the signing of agreements at the Kremlin on July 3, 1974 following a seven-day summit. The Soviets are (L-R) President Nikolai Podgorny, Communist Party Chairman Leonid Brezhnev and Premier Alexei Kosygin. (UPI Photo)
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U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger (L) and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko exchange toasts in this March 27, 1974 file photo of the two men at a luncheon hosted by Kissinger in Moscow. (UPI/File)
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First Lady Betty Ford talks with her son, Michael, on August 22, 1974, on the phone as she and her daughter Susan wait in the Oval Office for the President to return. Mrs. Ford and Susan had been discussing redecorating plans for the Oval office. (UPI Photo/Files)
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Former middleweight boxer Rubin “Hurricane” Carter looks over a copy of the court decision denying his request for a new trial, inside Trenton State Prison on December 11, 1974, after learning that his request for a new trial had been turned down. Carter is serving three life sentences for a 1966 triple murder at a Paterson, NJ, tavern, had asked for a retrial when key prosecution witnesses reversed their testimony. (UPI Photo/mt/Files)
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