Herbert G. Klein was one of the important political figures of the mid to late 20th Century. Born in 1918, Klein’s career spanned 63 years. He retired as Editor-in-Chief of Copley Press, a company he worked for from the start of his career as a young journalist covering an up-and-coming Richard Nixon and was active in public affairs up to his death in 2009. Klein is best known as longtime advisor to Richard Nixon, and was with Nixon at peak moments in his career, including the Checkers Speech, as well as Nixon’s 1960 and 1962 campaigns.
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- Herbert G. Klein
- Herbert Klein
- Office of Communications
- Richard Nixon
- White House
- Presidents--United States--Staff.
- Government and the press--United States.
- Partial requirement for: Ph.D., Arizona State University, 2017Note typethesis
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- Field of study: Journalism and mass communication