Stuart, a former assistant to Nixon administration officials John Ehrlichman and H.R. "Bob" Haldeman, here offers an anecdotal memoir of his time working on Nixon's campaigns in the White House. His intention … is to present the "inconsequential" yet "illustrative" little stories, incidents, and anecdotes that give a sense of the drama of the Nixon presidential campaigns and White House.
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Charles Stuart joined Richard Nixon’s campaign staff in 1967 and toured the US, hunting up voters to win his candidate the election. (He has since then hunted big game in many of the Western states, British Columbia and Mongolia.)
He was invited in 1968 to join the White House staff, where he served as assistant to President Nixon's adviser John Ehrlichman and later to his chief of staff, H.R. "Bob" Haldeman; his wife, Connie, was Mrs. Nixon's Staff Director and Press Secretary.
After the heady life of political speculation, Stuart settled down and became a land developer. He has owned several companies and helped found a bank. The Stuarts live in a Maryland manor house constructed by George Washington’s personal physician.