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How the Nixon Pardon Tore the Ford Administration Apart

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That October, after I came back to the White House in my new position as his chief of staff, Ford expressed to me his interest in calling an ailing Nixon, who had been in the hospital. In one major newspaper, Haig was quoted as warning Ford in late August that a pardon was essential to avoiding “a personal and national tragedy”-an allusion to the possibility of a complete physical breakdown by Nixon.

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