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Nixon Declines Candidacy in 1964

On July 13, 1964, the Republican Party convened at the National Convention in San Francisco to nominate their candidates for the presidency and vice presidency. Though he had flirted with the idea of running for president during the pre-primary period, Richard Nixon makes it clear in his speech that he has decided not to seek a nomination.

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    On July 13, 1964, the Republican Party convened at the National Convention in San Francisco to nominate their candidates for the presidency and vice presidency. Though he had flirted with the idea of running for president during the pre-primary period, Richard Nixon makes it clear in his speech that he has decided not to seek a nomination.

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