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Kevin Ryang

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On the first of February 1968, Richard Nixon announced his run for presidency as the representative of the Republican party. In the same month, he had already figured out his winning campaign strategy – he promised to end the Vietnam War. However, whenever he was asked on how he would end the war, he would answer vaguely, which showed that he really didn’t know how to end it and was just saying it to gain votes.

The comic represents my initial impression of Nixon when I first learned of all of this.

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