Camp Dick

CALL HIM RICHIE Forget archery and softball. Last week government and "the fascinating life and times of America's 37th President" were the chief subjects of a five-day summer camp at the Richard Nixon Library and Birthplace in Yorba Linda, Calif. Activities included a '60s class, where campers learned about tie-dye and "brave American POWs," and a tour of the Barbie as First Lady exhibit. But camp isn't the only way Nixonites are reaching out to G.O.P. guppies. The library's store sells pens, one showing Elvis visiting Nixon and another showing Air Force One buzzing the White House. For SoCal's budding thrashers,...

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