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1968–1974

All Our Nixons

How New York’s original graphic-design team caricatured a crooked president.

Richard Nixon inadvertently helped New York grow up. The magazine was founded in 1968, the year he was elected to the presidency. A few years later, coverage of the Watergate scandal launched New York into the business of covering national affairs regularly. In those years, he appeared on our cover ten times.

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