Every family should have a painting like this -- huge (10 ft. by 6 ft.) and vastly heroic. The man in the white coat is none other than Richard Nixon, memorialized as Vice President in 1956, when he consoled Hungarian refugees in Austria after the Hungarian revolution. The painting, by Hungarian emigre Ferenc Daday, is on display in the Nixon Library in Yorba Linda, California.
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