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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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