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President Richard M. Nixon points to the transcripts of the White House tapes after he announced during a nationally-televised speech that he would turn over the transcripts to House impeachment investigators, in Washington. The last 340 hours of tapes from Nixon's White House were released Wednesday, along with more than 140,000 pages of text materials.

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The original Nixon White House tape and original tape recorder are shown in an undated file photo from the National Archives.

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    • President Richard M. Nixon points to the transcripts of the White House tapes after he announced during a nationally-televised speech that he would turn over the transcripts to House impeachment investigators, in Washington. The last 340 hours of tapes from Nixon’s White House were released Wednesday, along with more than 140,000 pages of text materials.
    • The original Nixon White House tape and original tape recorder are shown in an undated file photo from the National Archives.
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