Freshly Released Nixon Papers Spawn New Game

It's time to play the home version of the game sweeping the republic, Hate or No Hate. Today's contestants, based on 280,000 pages of documents recently released by the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum in Yorba Linda, are Trickie Dickie and his henchmen.

Frank Sinatra
NO HATE because Nixon could use Ol' Blue Eyes' connections
Political funds ''could conceivably come our way based on the successful establishment of a personal relationship between the President and Frank Sinatra," Charles Colson, special counsel to the president, wrote in a 1971 note to chief of staff H.R. Haldeman recommending a private meeting between Nixon and Sinatra.

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