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Richard Millhouse Nixon
37th President of the United States (1969-1974)


Over a period of eight years — while in office — Richard Nixon's signature became increasingly illegible. The deterioration of the middle zone represents the disintegration of the ego, and the need to keep others at a distance. The ego moves from being clearly distinguishable into obscurity. The last signature, affixed to his letter of resignation from the Presidency, was written with a complete unwillingness to be pinned down or take responsibility for his decisions.

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Richard Nixon, American President: Changes in signature, from top:

      1.   1968
      2.   1969
      3.   Early 1974
      4.   Late 1974

      What was, in 1968, a legible signature, in eight years became indiscernable. Note the deterioration in Richard Nixon's mid zone from bold, clear letters to a thin wavy line, expressing avoidance of the present, and inability to take a stand.


UPDATED: 20 OCTOBER 2004
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