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Should the Mint produce Nixon and Ford Coin and Chronicles sets?

Editor Dave Harper wants to know:

Should the Mint produce Nixon and Ford Coin and Chronicles sets?

Let us know your thoughts and feedback on our weekly poll question by entering your comments below or by emailing Dave Harper here: Dave.Harper@fwcommunity.com.

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2 Responses to Should the Mint produce Nixon and Ford Coin and Chronicles sets?

  1. hrlaser says:

    Absolutely not.. Nixon resigned in disgrace, before there was a chance to impeach him (by the House).. and remove him from office (by the Senate) and I believe he would’ve been both impeached and removed, but since he quit before either could happen, we’ll never really know, although sensors indicate those things would have happened.. he will be remembered for these words: “I am not a crook”.. well, he WAS a crook.. Ford was never elected President.. for those too young to remember (or know), when Nixon resigned, Ford, then V.P., became President and filled out the remainder of Nixon’s second term.. he will be remembered for these words: “Our long national nightmare is over” – referring to the Nixon / Watergate scandal (just one of Nixon’s many scandals).. in the next election, Ford ran against Jimmy Carter and lost.. neither Nixon nor Ford deserve a Coin and Chronicles set, and if was my decision, neither would get one..

  2. hrlaser says:

    Also, remember Nixon’s first V.P., Spiro T. Agnew, who also resigned in disgrace for tax evasion charges.. he was replaced by Ford, who was then next in line as Speaker of the House..

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