President Richard M. Nixon addresses winners and their family members during a presentation of the National Medal of Science Awards in the East Room at the White House in Washington on Oct. 10, 1973. Later in the day, Nixon learned that Vice President Spiro Agnew had resigned after pleading no contest to a charge of income tax evasion.
President Richard M. Nixon addresses winners and their family members during a presentation of the National Medal of Science Awards in the East Room at the White House in Washington on Oct. 10, 1973. Later in the day, Nixon learned that Vice President Spiro Agnew had resigned after pleading no contest to a charge of income tax evasion. AP
President Richard M. Nixon addresses winners and their family members during a presentation of the National Medal of Science Awards in the East Room at the White House in Washington on Oct. 10, 1973. Later in the day, Nixon learned that Vice President Spiro Agnew had resigned after pleading no contest to a charge of income tax evasion. AP

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