An utterly fascinating Oval Office conversation between President Richard Nixon and aides John Ehrlichman & Bob Haldeman recorded on May 13, 1971.
During a closed-door public relations strategy session, in which they were in the midst of discussing what the "average man" cares about, President Richard Nixon and aides, White House Chief of Staff, Bob Haldeman, and, Chief Domestic Advisor, John Ehrlichman, discuss the ground-breaking television show, All in the Family, and it's main character, a bigoted dock worker named Archie Bunker.
The episode Nixon references deals with the then taboo issue of homosexuality, which leads him off on a variety of tangents, during which he shares his own personal conspiracy theory that gay fashion designers hate women and that's why models were no longer curvy and women's clothing had become less sexy.
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