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The Nation

September 01, 1985

The expenses of the three former Presidents are costing taxpayers more than $26 million a year, the weekly National Journal said. The magazine said that in addition to the $86,200 annual pensions to Richard M. Nixon, Gerald R. Ford and Jimmy Carter, the government is paying more than $200,000 for office rents, and Secret Service protection for each man runs about $3 million a year--although Nixon just ended his.

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