4 edition of Nomination of Elliot L. Richardson to be Attorney General. found in the catalog.
Nomination of Elliot L. Richardson to be Attorney General.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary
Hearings held May 9-22, 1973.
|LC Classifications||KF26 .J8 1973a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 287 p.|
|Number of Pages||287|
|LC Control Number||73602391|
Collection Summary Title: Elliot L. Richardson Papers Span Dates: Bulk Dates: (bulk ) ID No.: MSS Creator: Richardson, Elliot L., Extent: , items ; 1, containers plus 12 classified and 10 oversize ; linear feet ; 1 digital file ( KB) Language: Collection material in English Location: Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Elliot L. Richardson (January-May ) Laird's successor, Elliot L. Richardson, sworn into office on 30 January , served less than four months and thus had limited impact on the affairs of the department. Born in Boston on 20 July , Richardson graduated from Harvard College in and from the Harvard Law School in
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Elliot Richardson: biography J – Decem Elliot Lee Richardson (J Decem ) was an American lawyer and politician who was a member of the cabinet of Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford. As U.S. Attorney General, he was a prominent figure in the Watergate Scandal, and resigned [ ]. Historic Images Part Number: RRV Secretary of Defense Elliot L Richardson nominated to be the attorney general. A: The short answer is no. It may contain wrinkles, cracks, and possibly even tears due to its age and how it was handled before it got to Rating: % positive.
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Elliot Lee Richardson (J – Decem ) was an American lawyer and public servant who was a member of the cabinet of Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald U.S. Attorney General, he was a prominent figure in the Watergate Scandal, and resigned rather than obey President Nixon's order to fire special prosecutor Archibald en: 3 (including Henry).
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Nomination of Elliot L. Richardson to be Attorney General: hearings before the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Ninety-third Congress, first session on nomination of Elliot L. Richardson, of Massachusetts, to be Attorney General, May 9.
Archibald Cox and Elliot L. Richardson appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee in Richardson's nomination hearing for U.S. Attorney General. Richardson previously held two cabinet posts: Secretary of Health Education and Welfare in the first Nixon administration, and Secretary of Defense at the beginning of the second administration.
January 1, OBITUARY Elliot Richardson Dies at 79; Stood Up to Nixon and Resigned In 'Saturday Night Massacre' By NEIL A. LEWIS. Elliot L. Richardson, the archetype of the cultivated New England Brahmin who served in an astonishingly broad range of high public positions, and who was best known for his refusal during Watergate to obey President Richard M.
Nixon's order to fire a special. Elliot L. Richardson was an exceptional public servant, a National Academy Fellow, and the only individual to serve in four Cabinet-level positions in the U.S.
government, including Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, Secretary of Defense, Attorney General, and Secretary of Commerce. Elliot L.
Richardson, 79, who shocked the nation and stunned the Republican Party in by resigning as U.S. attorney general when directed by.
Legends in the Law: Elliot L. Richardson. Elliot L. Richardson is currently a partner with the law firm of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy. A graduate of Harvard Law School, he has served as U.S. attorney for Massachusetts, attorney general for Massachusetts, secretary of health, education and welfare, secretary of defense, attorney general of the United States, secretary of commerce, and.
Secretary of Defense (designate) Elliot L. Richardson and Sen. John C. Stennis of Miss., January (Source: Wikimedia/U.S. National Archives) William Barr, President Trump’s nominee to head the Justice Department, will appear on Jan.
15 before the Senate Committee on the Judiciary for what promises to be a contentious confirmation hearing. On 30 April President Nixon announced that he would nominate Secretary Richardson to be attorney general.
It was understood that Richardson would guide the administration's handling of the. Former Attorney General Elliot Richardson testified in support of Robert Bork’s Supreme Court confirmation.
In October Richardson resigned rather than carry out President Nixon’s order to. InMassachusetts Attorney General Richardson was appointed by President Nixon as Under Secretary of State.
By resigning immediately from his Bay State position, Elliot could have accorded the Republican governor an opportunity to appoint one of his own as attorney general.
Elliot Lee Richardson, American government official (born JBoston, Mass., U.S.—died Dec. 31,Boston), on Oct. 20,resigned from his newly appointed post (Ap ) as U.S. attorney general during what later became known as the “Saturday Night Massacre” rather than fire special Watergate prosecutor Archibald Cox, whom Pres.
Richard Nixon wanted Richardson. Processed on 9 Feb American Scraps N o. L ast week, the President fired his Attorney President Trump’s young administration has certainly been full of historical firsts (oldest president, “healthiest” president, steakiest president, etc.), this particular event—abruptly canning your own AG—wasn’t one of them.
Last time it happened, the year wasand the. Elliot Lee Richardson (J – Decem ) was an American lawyer and politician who was a member of the cabinet of Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford. As U.S. Attorney General, he was a prominent figure in the Watergate Scandal, and resigned rather than obey President Nixon's order to fire special prosecutor Archibald Cox.
Richardson is one of only two individuals to. Elliot Richardson, the Attorney-General who refused to comply with Richard Nixon's order to sack the Watergate Special Prosecutor, Archibald Cox, triggering a constitutional crisis known as the "Saturday Night Massacre", has died in Boston, Massachusetts, aged Elliot Lee Richardson (J – Decem ) was an American lawyer and politician who was a member of the cabinet of Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford.
As U.S. Attorney General, he was a prominent figure in the Watergate Scandal, and resigned rather than obey President Nixon's order to fire special prosecutor Archibald Cox. Richardson is the only individual to serve in. John Newton Mitchell (September 5, – November 9, ) was the 67th Attorney General of the United States (–) under President Richard Nixon and a convicted criminal.
Prior to that, he had been a municipal bond lawyer, chairman of Nixon's presidential campaign, and one of Nixon's closest personal friends.
After his tenure as U.S. Attorney General, he served as chairman of. He met with Attorney General Richardson at about today for about 30 minutes. The Attorney General, on hearing of the President's decision, felt obliged to resign, since he believed the. Elliot L. Richardson was nominated as Secretary of Commerce by President Ford on November 3, The U.S.
Senate confirmed the nomination on Decem and he took the oath of office on February 2, Mr. Richardson. who had served as Ambassador to Great Britain since Februsucceeds Rogers C. Morton. WASHINGTON, Dec. 11 (AP)—The Senate approved today the nomination of Elliot L. Richardson to be Secretary of Commerce, his fourth Cabinet office.
No .The Elliot L. Richardson Prize Mr. Richardson was an exceptional public servant and the only individual in our nation's history to serve in four Cabinet-level positions in the U.S. government: Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW), Secretary of Defense, Attorney General. Sixty-Ninth Attorney General Elliot Lee Richardson was born in Boston, Massachusetts, on J He graduated cum laude from Harvard inserved in the United States Army from toand graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School inwhere he was president of the Law Review.