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# Clue
1. McGovern's opponent in 1972
2. Singer Marni
3. One of the Lakers
4. Singer Marni ___
5. He runs with Johnson
6. Johnson's ex-teammate
7. San Diego court star
8. Agnes ___, soap-opera maven
9. Well-known tapes owner
10. Checkers master
11. Stager of apolitical comeback
12. Winner ofand 1972
13. Kissinger's boss, once
14. Saturday Night Massacre figure
15. Resigned president
16. pardon recipient
17. Two-time Time Man of the Year (and a hint to 17-, 27-,and 54-Across)
18. "Frost/___,"nominee for Best Picture
19. Aug. 9, 1974 resignee
20. Sex and the City star Cynthia
21. Co-star of Parker, Cattrall and Davis
22. Tony-winning role for Langella
23. He visited China in 1972
24. Co-star of Parker, Davis and Cattrall
25. President who appeared in "Laugh-In"
26. He resigned August 9, 1974
27. 1960 ticket topper
28. Milhous was his middle name
29. Noted 1972 China visitor
30. President who appointed Rehnquist
31. 1972 China visitor
32. 1960 debate participant
33. Cynthia of "Sex and the City"
34. Frost/___
35. Southern strategy leader
36. When the President does it, that means that it is not illegal speaker
37. Ike's veep
38. 1960 debater
39. President who was on "Laugh-In"
40. Eisenhower's VP
41. Whom Goldwater called "the most dishonest individual I have ever met in my life"
42. 1974 resignee
43. President under whom conscription ended
44. President who appeared on "Laugh-In"
45. Resignee of 1974
46. Successor to 30-Across
47. 1950s vice president
48. __ in China: John Adams opera
49. '50s vice president
50. Name on a Yorba Linda library
51. Off-screen singer Marni
52. Role for Anthony Hopkins
53. Gerald Ford predecessor
54. Resigner of '74
55. Eisenhower's veep
56. 1995 Oliver Stone film
57. Application letters
58. Pirate or Padre, for short
59. Red or Brave, for short
60. Its highest point is Wheeler Peak: Abbr.
61. Upstream on the Mississippi River, along Miss.
62. Mountainous state: Abbr.
63. Dir. from Norfolk to Philadelphia
64. Prize won by 3 U.S. presidents
65. There's ___ in team!
66. 'Absolutely'
67. MS-to-MI dir.
68. Referendum votes
69. Silent Night or "The Little Drummer Boy"
70. Miami-Palm Beach dir.
71. Direction opposite 44-Across
72. Noteworthy resigner of 1974
73. Winner in a landslide in 1972
74. His middle name was Milhous
75. US president who allegedly said "I would have made a good pope"
76. Beyond Peace author
77. Checkers expert?
78. Fallen leader?
79. Ford's predecessor
80. Library in Yorba Linda
81. President with a library in Yorba Linda
82. 37th president
83. Oliver Stone film about the 37th president
84. Surname on a Yorba Linda library
85. Pennsylvania Ave. tenant
86. Famous traveler
87. About 1 o'clock: Abbr.
88. Butte-to-Great Falls dir.
89. '70s president
90. First president to visit China
91. Ford pardoned him
92. McGovern beater of 1972
93. Ford's forerunner
94. Pardoned president
95. Title role for Anthony Hopkins in 1995
96. Oliver Stone bio-pic
97. Richard or Pat
98. Two-time Time Man of the Year (and a hint to 17-, 27-, 41- and 54-Across)
99. 1974 pardon recipient
100. "Frost/___," 2008 nominee for Best Picture
101. Subject of a museum in Yorba Linda, Calif.
102. He once placed a "long-distance call" to Aldrin and Armstrong
103. Winner of 1968 and 1972
104. Stager of a 1968 political comeback
105. President with an enemies list
106. Nothing working for disgraced president
107. "Frost/___," 28 nominee for Best Picture
108. One of the nominees
109. TV headliner of Sept 23
110. "All the President's Men" subject
111. "Beyond Peace" author
112. "Dirty tricks" president
113. "Frost/___"
114. "Frost/___ " 2008 nominee for Best Picture
115. "One of Santa's reindeer." "___"
116. "Sex and the City" costar
117. "Southern strategy" leader
118. "When the President does it that means that it is not illegal" speaker
119. "You won't have ___ to kick around anymore because gentlemen this is my last press conference" (1962 quote)
120. "___ in China": John Adams opera
121. #37
122. '70s White House name
123. 'Sex and the City' costar
124. 1995 Hopkins role
125. 1995 Oliver Stone biopic
126. 1995 biopic starring Anthony Hopkins
127. Agnes ___ soap-opera maven
128. Aug. 9 1974 resignee
129. Candidate?
130. Capital name.
131. Checkers master?
132. Co-star of Parker Cattrall and Davis
133. Co-star of Parker Davis and Cattrall
134. Convention name.
135. Debater of 1960.
136. Disgraced president
137. Emmy winner Cynthia who had a gubernatorial campaign
138. Famous Californian.
139. First U.S. president to visit Moscow
140. First sitting president to visit China
141. Follower of Johnson and a two-word hint to this crossword's theme
142. Ford predecessor
143. Former V. P.
144. Frank Langella's "presidential" Broadway role
145. G.O.P. name.
146. GOP name.
147. Ghost singer Marni
148. He claimed not to be a crook
149. He famously said "I would have made a good pope"
150. He got caught before Gerald Ford fell down a lot in an Animaniacs song
151. He resigned August 9 1974
152. He resigned as a result of the Watergate scandal (#37 1969-74)
153. His Western White House was dubbed La Casa Pacifica
154. Historic China visitor
155. Ike's V.P.
156. Impersonation with two "V" signs and hunched shoulders
157. Johnson's successor
158. Kissinger's boss once
159. Landslide winner of 1972
160. Last Quaker president
161. Loser to Kennedy
162. Lyndon Johnson successor
163. Most famous alumnus of Whittier College
164. New York gubernatorial candidate Cynthia
165. Noted pardon recipient
166. Oliver Stone film
167. Only U.S. president to resign
168. Pardonee of 1974
169. Pat or Richard
170. Politician on the most "Time" covers
171. Politician who said "Reagan on a personal basis is terrible"
172. Popular 70s mask
173. President after Johnson
174. President mentioned in CSNY's "Ohio"
175. President who called Dr. Timothy Leary "the most dangerous man in America"
176. President who launched the war on drugs
177. President who resigned from office
178. President who signed SALT I
179. President who was "not a crook"
180. President whose head is a character in "Futurama"
181. Presidential resignee
182. Presigned resident
183. Recipient of a Ford pardon
184. Recordholder for most Time magazine cover appearances
185. Republican VIP.
186. Resignee of August 9 1974
187. Richard or Cynthia
188. September 8 1974 pard recipient - and what the constructor did throughout this puzzle
189. Six Crises author
190. Stone work
191. Subject of a museum in Yorba Linda Calif.
192. The Justice Department will compensate his estate for his tapes and papers
193. Time's 1971 Man of the Year
194. Tony-winning role for Frank Langella
195. U.S. president who becomes the president of future Earth on "Futurama"
196. U.S. president who resigned
197. US president who visited China in 1972
198. Watergate figure
199. Watergate president
200. White House name
201. Who famously said "I'm not a crook"
202. President of the Senate
203. He attends Cabinet meetings
204. Strike settler in short
205. My Life in Court author
206. Six Crises author
207. Northerly compass pt.
208. Sweet'___ (sugar substitute)
209. N.Y. Mets division
210. 22.5 deg. on the compass
211. Trevor of "The Daily Show"
212. Collective bargaining watchdog org.
213. 180 degrees from SSW
214. U-turn from SSW
215. Map dir.
216. U-turn from SSE
217. Kabuki kin
218. Wanderer
219. Compass point
220. Windsock dir.
221. N.Y. Met, e.g.
222. Giants and Pirates, e.g.
223. 10 Across predecessor
224. '70s first family
225. Resignee of August 9, 1974
226. Marlin or Met, for short
227. Div. that includes the Phillies
228. Atlanta's div.
229. David Eisenhower's in-laws
230. Pirate or Card, for one
231. You won't have ___ to kick around anymore, because, gentlemen, this is my last press conference (1962 quote)
232. Home of the Braves
233. TV headliner of Sept. 23.
234. Head man of Hyderabad.
235. President of the Senate.
236. Compass point.
237. VIP in Washington.
238. Above the equator: Abbr.
239. Milt Gross' "___ Baby."
240. Noted Whittier alumnus.
241. Where Los Alamos is: Abbr.
242. ___ Baby.
243. Hyderabad sovereign.
244. VIP in Ghana.
245. Indian ruler.
246. Hyderabad ruler.
247. Ruler, in India.
248. Map abbreviation.
249. Turkish soldier.
250. Follower of Johnson, and a two-word hint to this crossword's theme
251. See 28-Across
252. VIP in Washington
253. G O P spokesman
254. Richard Milhous ___
255. Campaign figure
256. Noted Whittier alumnus
257. Prominent Republican
258. Famous Californian
259. Convention name
260. Debater of
261. Former V P
262. Republican VIP
263. GOP name
264. Pennsylvania Ave tenant
265. McGovern's opponent in
266. Former US president
267. 'A Quiet Passion' actress Cynthia
268. 'Sex and the City' star Cynthia