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With the election getting nearer, Hollywood's few, proudly open conservatives have been heating up the rhetoric. Some have been quietly campaigning in a way that dodges the headlines. Vince Vaughn, for example, endorsed Ron Paul early in the campaign, an act as refreshing as it is sadly redundant. But most of the news reports have been dominated by the antediluvian antics of some pretty aged (and by now probably unemployable) actors.

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How political ads can elect a presidentupdated: Tue May 29 2012 17:28:00

The wars over campaign spots have begun.

A brief history of presidential petsupdated: Tue May 15 2012 11:29:00

There's a long history of presidential pets in the White House and with reason. CNN's Tom Foreman reports.

By the numbers: Politicians in troubleupdated: Fri Apr 27 2012 14:49:00

As the first week of the John Edwards federal criminal trial comes to an end, where the former Democratic senator and presidential candidate is accused of using hundreds of thousands of dollars of donations to conceal his affair with a campaign videographer without reporting the money to federal authorities, we wanted to take a look back at some statistics about other politicians in trouble.

Watergate figure, Christian leader Chuck Colson diesupdated: Sat Apr 21 2012 20:36:00

Chuck Colson, a Watergate-era "hatchet man" for President Richard Nixon who became an influential evangelical leader after serving time in prison, died Saturday afternoon, according to his website. He was 80.

Why tax reform talk a dead endupdated: Tue Apr 17 2012 00:39:00

It turns out that Richard Nixon was a hippie.

How GOP got Catholicizedupdated: Fri Mar 23 2012 13:12:00

There was a time when the Republican Party was strictly for White Anglo Saxon Protestants. It was an alliance between Country Club Episcopalians and twice born followers of the Old Time Gospel, all firmly opposed to mass Catholic immigration from Europe. The nativism of the GOP drove Catholics into the welcoming arms of Al Smith, Jack Kennedy, Tip O'Neill and the Democratic Party.

Before Nixon was Nixonupdated: Sun Mar 18 2012 08:54:00

"Every day and every night I want to see you and be with you. Yet I have no feeling of selfish ownership or jealousy.

Marco Rubio needs a 'Nixon in China' momentupdated: Fri Mar 16 2012 08:41:00

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, should meditate on the Vulcan proverb quoted by Spock in "Star Trek VI": "Only Nixon could go to China."

Forgetting a key lesson from Watergate?updated: Sat Feb 04 2012 14:28:00

A bungled break-in, Deep Throat, a defiant President Richard Nixon declaring, "I am not a crook."

Nixon's Watergate testimony releasedupdated: Fri Nov 11 2011 01:56:00

The National Archives released audio of President Nixon's grand jury testimony during the Watergate investigation.

Tape sheds light on surreal meeting between Nixon, protestersupdated: Fri Nov 11 2011 01:56:00

On a Spring day in 1970, just five days after National Guard troops opened fire on anti-war demonstrators at Kent State University, a restless president awoke in the pre-dawn hours, strolled to the Lincoln sitting room, and sat down to listen to some music.

Documents: Combative Nixon defended legacy to grand juryupdated: Thu Nov 10 2011 21:18:00

Pardoned but hardly chastened, ex-President Richard Nixon defended his administration's secrecy and wiretaps in combative testimony before a Watergate grand jury following his resignation, newly released documents reveal.

Judge orders the release of Nixon's Watergate grand jury testimonyupdated: Fri Jul 29 2011 14:29:00

A federal judge has ordered the release of decades-old secret grand jury testimony from former President Richard Nixon, related to the Watergate scandal.

Gary Johnson: Face reality, legalize potupdated: Thu Jul 07 2011 10:48:00

In 2002, I became aware of a woman who had already served more than six years of a 25-year prison sentence. Her crime? She was addicted to codeine, and she had fraudulently written herself more than 100 prescriptions for Tylenol III.

Presidents aren't Hollywood heroes anymoreupdated: Sun Feb 20 2011 09:21:00

So there is Abraham Lincoln -- Henry Fonda, actually, in a stovepipe hat -- walking toward the horizon as the gorgeous strains of an orchestra swell up behind him. Soon the orchestra is joined by a choir, the strings and the voices blending into a beautiful, almost ethereal, rendition of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic." Thunder crackles in the cinematic sky.

Nixon Library releases 265 hours of White House tapesupdated: Thu Dec 09 2010 19:32:00

The latest release of White House tapes from the Richard Nixon Presidential Library shows how Watergate increasingly consumed Nixon as his second term was getting underway, the library's director said Thursday.

Former Secretary of State Alexander Haig dies at 85updated: Sat Feb 20 2010 09:51:00

Alexander Haig, the former military officer, secretary of state and adviser to presidents, died Saturday, a Johns Hopkins Medical Center spokesman said.

White House veteran Haig hospitalizedupdated: Fri Feb 19 2010 18:11:00

Former Secretary of State Alexander Haig has been admitted to a hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, a hospital spokesman said.

Document: Nixon campaign strategists considered racial strategyupdated: Mon Jan 11 2010 17:52:00

President Nixon's campaign strategists hoped to create controversy among Democrats by fueling a push for a black candidate for the White House ahead of the 1972 elections, according to documents released Monday by the National Archives.

Health bill is good, now make it betterupdated: Thu Dec 24 2009 18:01:00

"Comprehensive health insurance is an idea whose time has come in America. There has long been a need to assure every American financial access to high quality health care. As medical costs go up, that need grows more pressing." -- Republican President Nixon's special message to Congress proposing a "Comprehensive Health Insurance Plan," February 6, 1974

Commentary: America on a collision courseupdated: Wed Oct 07 2009 06:20:00

There's a standard scene in old movies about young hotheads behind the wheels of fast cars.

Columnist William Safire dies at 79updated: Mon Sep 28 2009 01:10:00

William Safire, a onetime speechwriter for President Nixon who became a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for The New York Times, has died at age 79, the newspaper announced Sunday.

Memo: U.S., Brazilian leaders talked of Chile coup in '71updated: Mon Aug 17 2009 17:42:00

President Richard M. Nixon and his Brazilian counterpart, Emilio Medici, in 1971 discussed ways their countries could work together to overthrow the socialist government of Salvador Allende in Chile, according to a newly declassified document.

Quirky gifts for past presidentsupdated: Tue Aug 04 2009 09:22:00

President Barack Obama turns 48 on Tuesday. While the first family encourages you to send contributions to your favorite charity in lieu of the White House, if you insist on doing some last-minute birthday shopping for 44, you might consider a pair of jeans or a case of Bud Light. For some historical precedent, here's a look back at some of the more interesting presidential gifts.

Where presidents like to playupdated: Thu Jul 23 2009 10:17:00

We're in the throes of summer vacation season, but at least one American is still on the job. While it's rumored that President Obama will follow in the footsteps of President Clinton and vacation on Martha's Vineyard, he hasn't had a chance to break out his Bermuda shorts just yet. When Obama does take off, though, he'll join in the grand tradition of presidential vacations, like these notable ones:

Watergate Hotel gets no bids at auctionupdated: Wed Jul 22 2009 02:21:00

The Watergate Hotel, part of a complex that became synonymous with President Richard Nixon's downfall, attracted no bids at an auction Tuesday.

Nixon library releases tapes, papers from early in 2nd termupdated: Tue Jun 23 2009 19:13:00

The Nixon Presidential Library released 154 hours of tape recordings and 30,000 pages of documents from the Nixon White House on Tuesday, offering a revealing look at the state of mind of America's 37th president at the start of what would prove to be his disastrous abbreviated second term.

More Nixon tapes to be made publicupdated: Tue Jun 23 2009 09:21:00

The Richard Nixon Presidential Library will allow access Tuesday to about 154 hours of Nixon White House tape recordings and 30,000 pages of documents that were formerly classified.

SI.com: Don Banks: Millen tries to remake image after Lion debacleupdated: Wed Jun 17 2009 16:45:00

Matt Millen got another job this week, which to some might definitively prove the sagging U.S. employment market must be on its way back up after hitting rock bottom.

Commentary: GOP's "small government" talk is hollowupdated: Wed Mar 18 2009 08:11:00

As the budget debate heats up, Republicans are warning of socialism in the White House and claiming that Democrats are rushing back to their dangerous tonic of big government.

Commentary: What Congress needs is a pestupdated: Thu Feb 19 2009 12:47:00

I first arrived in Washington in January 1973 as a new member of the Nixon team working in congressional relations for the administration.

Real David Frost remembers 'fascinating' Nixonupdated: Thu Jan 22 2009 14:06:00

Though Sir David Frost doesn't see his 1977 interviews with former President Richard Nixon as "an intellectual 'Rocky' " -- in the words of "Frost/Nixon" playwright and screenwriter Peter Morgan -- he does agree that the sessions had their "adversarial" moments.

Frost on 'Frost/Nixon'updated: Thu Jan 22 2009 14:06:00

Atika Shubert talks to Sir David Frost about his thoughts on the new film that recounts his conversations with Richard Nixon.

Review: 'Frost/Nixon' makes for fine viewingupdated: Thu Jan 22 2009 09:25:00

A series of 30-year-old television interviews doesn't sound like promising movie material.

11 notable presidential pardonsupdated: Mon Jan 05 2009 16:25:00

Article II, Section 2 of the United States Constitution grants the president "power to grant reprieves and pardons for offenses against the United States." With a stroke of his pen, the man in charge can make legal trouble disappear. As one might expect, this practice can be a bit controversial.

History of environmental movement full of twists, turnsupdated: Mon Dec 15 2008 10:49:00

It was one of the most surreal images in American history: A river, so fouled with industrial waste that it caught fire and burned. In June 1969, Cleveland's Cuyahoga River become the poster child for the birth of the modern American environmental movement.

Golden Globe nominations full of snubs, surprisesupdated: Thu Dec 11 2008 11:19:00

Perhaps what was most striking about Thursday's nominations for the 66th annual Golden Globes wasn't what received a nomination, but what didn't.

Commentary: Will Obama be able to deliver on his promises?updated: Wed Nov 05 2008 09:53:00

Many Americans are expecting big things from President Barack Obama.

Greene: Palin, Obama and the new guy effectupdated: Fri Oct 10 2008 16:33:00

Sometimes it seems that the best thing you can be in a presidential election is the new guy.

CNN Student News One-Sheet: Debatesupdated: Mon Sep 29 2008 13:31:00

Historical Background: Presidential debates are a product of the television era. In 1960, Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy met in the first general election presidential debate, which was viewed by about 70 million people.

Debates 101: History and formats of presidential face-offsupdated: Mon Sep 29 2008 13:31:00

CNN Student News breaks down the details on the history and formats of presidential debates.

SI.com: The Bonus: When sports and politics collide updated: Fri Sep 05 2008 15:55:00

Those of us who toil in journalism's toy department do so under orders never to breach The Firewall. As a sportswriter, we are told, you must never allow your politics to seep into your prose. Readers come to us seeking respite and escape; surcease from the cares of the world. So it simply won't do to cause them discomfort by bringing up the policies and peccadilloes, the wide stances and extramarital romances of our elected officials. Passages on politics, favoring either red or blue, will be deleted by pencils red and blue. Lions and Bears, yes. Donkeys and elephants, no.

CNN Student News One-Sheet: National Political Conventionsupdated: Wed Aug 27 2008 13:38:00

Introduction If you have ever watched the Democratic or Republican political conventions, you have probably noticed that they have all the makings of a big party: a crowd, balloons and lots of noise. It wasn't always this way. Originally, the purpose of a convention was to nominate a political party's candidates for president and vice president. That's still the purpose, but today candidates are chosen in primaries and caucuses in the months leading up to the convention. The big party provides a media showcase that advertises the party's platform and presents the nominees to the public.

Conventions 101updated: Wed Aug 27 2008 13:38:00

What makes a national convention such a massive party? CNN's Carl Azuz takes us behind the scenes.

VP auditionsupdated: Thu Aug 14 2008 16:21:00

CNN's Jessica Yellin reports on how the potential vice presidential contenders are performing.

Ranking the best and worst VP picksupdated: Thu Aug 14 2008 16:21:00

When it comes to vice presidential picks, there have been some good ones and some not so good ones.

Politician, punch line, president, and the land he left usupdated: Thu Jul 10 2008 09:02:00

Rick Perlstein could have called his book "Paranoia."

'Nixonland' chronicles a cultural tsunamiupdated: Wed Jul 09 2008 15:13:00

Rick Perlstein could have called his book "Paranoia."

Time.com: A Brief History of the Flag Lapel Pinupdated: Thu Jul 03 2008 10:00:00

No politician's upper torso is without one these days, but its origins are as much about appearances as patriotism

Time.com: Happy 35th, 'God Bless America'updated: Tue Apr 29 2008 15:00:00

Thirty-five years ago today, Nixon was the first President to use the term "God bless America" in an official speech. A look at how the phrase has become de rigueur in American politics ever since.

SI.com: Frank Deford: Like baseball has Crackerjacks, Milwaukee will always have bowling.updated: Thu Feb 28 2008 12:44:00

OK, I've learned to accept it that the Dodgers left Brooklyn and the Colts left Baltimore and NASCAR left Rockingham. And I even finally bore up to the reality that Brad actually left Jennifer. But, I'm sorry, I simply can't take it if bowling leaves Milwaukee.

Jordan asked Nixon to attack Syria, declassified papers showupdated: Wed Nov 28 2007 19:53:00

Jordan's King Hussein sent a secret message to President Richard Nixon in 1970 pleading with him to attack Syria, according to declassified documents released Wednesday by the former president's library.

Burned-out girls get dog backupdated: Fri Nov 02 2007 11:34:00

A California family who lost their home in the wildfires has new hope with the recovery of a dog named Brownie.

Ten dogs that changed the worldupdated: Fri Nov 02 2007 11:34:00

Fifty years ago this Saturday, Laika -- a sweet-tempered stray plucked off the streets of Moscow -- was thrust into the global spotlight when she became the first living creature sent into space.

War and politics dominate fall booksupdated: Mon Sep 03 2007 01:36:00

This fall's most star-studded book tour will feature Joan Didion, Seymour Hersh, Doris Kearns Goodwin and others reading coast to coast on behalf of an award-winning author they dearly wish could have discussed his work himself: David Halberstam.

Window on the worldupdated: Mon Jun 25 2007 12:55:00

Don't bother to pack your bags. Skip the queues at the airport. Forget security and immigration checks. Even leave your passport behind. Sound like a perfect holiday? Just log on to a virtual vacation, whether it be lazing on a beach, a ski trip or climbing archaeological ruins. Or all three -- in the same hour.

Exhibit takes visitors from schoolhouse to White Houseupdated: Mon Apr 02 2007 16:14:00

In October 1925, a 12 year-old boy in a small California town wrote in a school assignment that he "would like to study law and enter politics for an occupation so that I might be of some good to the people." The boy: Richard Milhous Nixon, some 43 years before being elected the nation's 37th president.

Greenfield: Un-kept promisesupdated: Wed Jan 24 2007 12:04:00

The president talked about immigration, health care and energy Tuesday night.

I-Report: Americans remember Gerald Fordupdated: Wed Dec 27 2006 11:56:00

Former President Gerald Ford, who took office after the resignation of Richard Nixon, died Tuesday at the age of 93.

Remembering Gerald Ford: Your e-mailsupdated: Wed Dec 27 2006 09:25:00

Former President Gerald Ford, who became president in 1974 after the resignation of Richard Nixon, died Tuesday at 93.

Is it time to hit 'mission abort' in Iraq?updated: Wed Oct 18 2006 12:36:00

In May 2003 U.S. President George W. Bush touched down on the deck of the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln in a Navy jet inscribed with the words "Commander in Chief" on the cockpit.

Greenfield: A break from your regularly scheduled scandalupdated: Mon Oct 09 2006 14:49:00

So, one of the most secretive and repressive nations on Earth has tested a nuclear device: the "real" question, obviously, is not what this means for the peace of the world, but whether it pushes the Mark Foley scandal to the political sidelines. So let's ask: When does an unexpected news event change the subject?

Can politicians be trusted?updated: Wed Sep 20 2006 03:40:00

Street violence aside, there was something exhilarating about this week's public reaction to the Hungarian prime minister's confession that his government was guilty of playing fast and loose with the truth.

Your e-mails: Nixon aide urges Bush censureupdated: Fri Mar 31 2006 19:36:00

John W. Dean, former White House counsel in the Nixon administration, encouraged a Senate committee Friday to pass a resolution proposed by Russ Feingold, D-Wisconsin, to censure President Bush over a program of wiretaps without judicial warrants.

Torino hard to swallow for someupdated: Wed Feb 15 2006 07:06:00

One of the benefits of an Olympics being held in Italy -- whether an athlete is celebrating a medal or a personal best, or cursing an opportunity gone begging -- is that after a hard day's competition a delicious meal of one of the world's leading cuisines awaits.

Fortune: The hard truth about oilupdated: Thu Feb 09 2006 11:27:00

Presidents going back to Richard Nixon have been talking about energy independence. It's one of those vote-getting platforms that no one could possibly be against -- like world peace, mom and apple pie. It gives us the illusion of control over our energy destiny, which we don't have, at least in a fossil-fuel based economy.

The Nixon-Bush doctrineupdated: Tue Feb 07 2006 15:45:00

Presidents, in wartime, tend to think they're above the law; commanders-in-chief who rule absolutely.

Gerald Ford released from hospitalupdated: Wed Jan 25 2006 15:10:00

Former President Gerald Ford was released Wednesday from the hospital where he was treated for pneumonia, his spokeswoman Penny Circle said.

Ford better; hospital discharge expectedupdated: Wed Jan 18 2006 15:44:00

Former President Gerald Ford continues to improve from his bout with pneumonia and is expected to be released Thursday from a California hospital, his spokeswoman said.

New Nixon documents detail talks of Vietnam, other issuesupdated: Thu Nov 17 2005 03:16:00

About 50,000 newly released pages of documents from the Nixon administration primarily address the war in Vietnam but also deal with topics including the Supreme Court nomination of William Rehnquist, the pardon of union leader Jimmy Hoffa and efforts by Ross Perot to help prisoners in Vietnam.

Kennedy-Nixon debate changed politics for goodupdated: Mon Sep 26 2005 12:30:00

The first televised debate between presidential candidates, which took place 45 years ago Monday, not only had a major effect on the 1960 election, it changed America politics for good.

Fortune: Who's in Charge Here?updated: Mon Sep 19 2005 00:01:00

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Predatory lending: There ought to be a lawupdated: Fri Aug 19 2005 12:04:00

There's a political scandal waiting to explode.

Tapes: Nixon suspected Feltupdated: Thu Jun 02 2005 17:51:00

President Nixon and his aides suspected early on that FBI official W. Mark Felt was helping The Washington Post with its stories on the Watergate affair, according to transcripts of White House tapes.

What was Watergate?updated: Tue May 31 2005 20:08:00

Initially dismissed by the White House as a "third-rate burglary," the June 17, 1972, break-in at Democratic National Committee headquarters mushroomed into a constitutional crisis that led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon.

Three men on the vergeupdated: Mon May 16 2005 08:20:00

One was a wealthy Bostonian, handsome but sickly, a rakish war hero uncertain about his future.

Business 2.0: How To Ask the Right Questionsupdated: Wed Dec 01 2004 00:01:00

At age 95, you've been giving management advice to businesspeople for six decades. What is it that executives never seem to learn?

JFK, Nixon usher in marriage of TV, politicsupdated: Fri Sep 24 2004 12:19:00

On radio, most pundits and polls scored the September 26, 1960, debate between presidential candidates Richard M. Nixon and John F. Kennedy a draw, with some giving the Republican contender the edge. But on television, it was no contest.

Health a chief concern for commander in chiefupdated: Thu Sep 23 2004 13:33:00

Warning: Being U.S. president may be harmful to your health.

Schwarzenegger: No country more welcoming than the USAupdated: Tue Aug 31 2004 21:12:00

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, an immigrant, Tuesday night addressed the Republican National Convention where he spoke of the greatness of America. Schwarzenegger, born in Austria, is a former actor and body builder. Here is a transcript of his remarks:

Fortune: Bush tries to out-liberal the liberals on Medicareupdated: Mon Jul 12 2004 00:01:00

Quick: whose prescription drug plan for seniors was bigger, the one Al Gore proposed in 2000? Or the one passed this year by George W. Bush and the Republican Congress, which Democrats blast daily ...

A burglary turns into a constitutional crisisupdated: Fri Jun 11 2004 15:22:00

Initially dismissed by the White House as a "third-rate burglary," the June 17, 1972, break-in at Democratic National Committee headquarters mushroomed into a constitutional crisis that led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon.

Presidential concessionsupdated: Tue Feb 10 2004 16:53:00

From Wolf Blitzer Reports' Jennifer Coggiola in Washington:

Money Magazine: My Precious (Metal)updated: Sun Feb 01 2004 00:01:00

>>In November the price of gold poked its nose above the $400 mark for the first time in nearly eight years. Hard-core goldbugs--those stubborn souls who have stuck with it through thick and thin (...

Business 2.0: Leadership Lessons for 2004updated: Thu Jan 01 2004 00:01:00

We know times have been tough, but we had no idea the world had run so low on role models. The industry that churns out inspirational books about business leaders--and, in the past, served up such ...

Money Magazine: Election-year Resultsupdated: Thu Jan 01 2004 00:01:00

Presidential-election years tend to be up years for stocks--the S&P 500 rose in 11 of 13 such years since 1952, the Stock Trader's Almanac shows. Average gain: 9%. The year's last eight months tend...

Fortune: It Seemed Brilliant at the Timeupdated: Mon Oct 11 1999 00:01:00

Sometimes I even bug myself. Electronically. Like Nixon but with fewer expletives. Or like Tripp but with less incriminating sex. Fortunately for me, my self-surveillance is legal, on the up-and-up...

Fortune: Our Handy Image Makeover Guideupdated: Mon Sep 27 1999 00:01:00

The image remodelers face a challenge. They're trying to make a curmudgeonly mayor seem cuddly and a stiff Vice President seem like a stitch. The personality makeover might be the hardest move in p...

Money Magazine: WHAT CAN I DO IF MY DEALER WON'T MAKE A CAR REPAIR COVERED BY THE WARRANTY?updated: Tue Aug 01 1995 00:01:00

Q. I bought two new Mazdas in August 1994. Eight days later, I took one back to the dealership to have it inspect the wheel alignment, because the car pulled to the right. The service department di...

Money Magazine: DO IT NOW Two ways to make your final wishes knownupdated: Fri Jul 01 1994 00:01:00

Apart from being linked in history, one thing the late Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Richard Nixon shared -- along with millions of Americans -- was the desire to die with dignity. News that both ...

Fortune: The case for the numbers racket, our imported CEOs, a fan kicks around Nixon, and other matters. WHERE QUOTAS CAME FROMupdated: Mon May 30 1994 00:01:00

We approach this item with mixed emotions, as it will require us to speak ill of our 37th President, a man we genuinely liked and admired and voted for at every opportunity. Your servant is in this...

Fortune: The case for the numbers racket, our imported CEOs, a fan kicks around Nixon, and other matters. ONLY IN AMERICA (Cont'd)updated: Mon May 30 1994 00:01:00

The city of Los Angeles has ordered managers of an adult nightclub to either stop using a shower in which nude dancers bathe in front of customers or add wheelchair access to it. The elevated showe...

Fortune: The blue-collar economist, poker for ex-Presidents, bias in dinner invitations, and other matters. ASK MR. STATISTICSupdated: Mon Oct 05 1992 00:01:00

Dear Mr. Statistics: At present the U.S. has four living ex-Presidents -- Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, and Ronald Reagan -- but four is not the record. There was a time when our nation...

Money Magazine: Your Best Ways to Beat Inflation Slow growth and rising prices recall the stagflation of the 1970s. Here's how to prosper in a wupdated: Mon May 01 1989 00:01:00

Like a videotape of President Nixon defending America's final days in Vietnam, recent economic reports evoke the early 1970s, when a weak economy and rising costs combined to produce a condition ec...

Money Magazine: WHAT DID WE KNOW AND WHEN DID WE KNOW IT? A fond look back at 15 years of personal finance CELEBRITY TAX CHEATSupdated: Mon Oct 12 1987 00:01:00

Some famous income tax dodgers, with total amounts they failed to report to * the IRS, 1972-87: -- Leather goods magnate Aldo Gucci ($11.9 million) -- Designer Albert Nipon ($1.4 million) -- Actor ...

Money Magazine: WHAT DID WE KNOW AND WHEN DID WE KNOW IT? A fond look back at 15 years of personal finance THE MOST RIDICULOUS updated: Mon Oct 12 1987 00:01:00

Ivory Snow box with porn star Marilyn Chambers' picture 1972 price: 69 cents Today's price: $75

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