Wednesday, September 13, 2023
Free Event Admission
New Nixon Stories and Reflections from the British Biographer of the 37th President
Hear from Jonathan Aitken, a renowned British biographer, author, and esteemed public figure. With a decades-long career spanning politics, media commentary, and literature, Jonathan brings a unique perspective to his exploration of President Richard Nixon.
Having served in the House of Commons as a Conservative Member of Parliament for 24 years, Aitken’s political acumen and first-hand experience provide a rich backdrop for his compelling narratives. During his time in government, he held notable positions such as Defence Minister and Chief Secretary to the Treasury.
Jonathan’s literary prowess shines through his impressive repertoire of 19 books, which includes acclaimed biographies of influential figures such as President Richard Nixon, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, and Charles W. Colson. His meticulous research and engaging storytelling paint a vivid picture of Nixon’s presidency, offering fresh insights and shedding light on lesser-known aspects of his life.
Join Jonathan Aitken at the Nixon Library for an unforgettable evening of captivating storytelling and introspection as he shares new stories about Richard Nixon and reflects on the legacy of the 37th President.