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March 03, 1987

An attorney for Richard M. Nixon argued in federal court that the government should compensate the former President for what he called the illegal taking of private presidential papers now held by the National Archives. The Justice Department, opposing the move, said any compensation would be "a windfall to former President Nixon." Nixon lawyer Marty Minsker did not say how much compensation Nixon might seek.

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