Michael Koncewicz is the Cold War Collections Specialist at the Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives at New York University. He previously worked for the National Archives at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum.
Closely argued and thoroughly documented, They Said No to Nixon makes a convincing argument about how hard Nixon tried to politicize the federal government, and the vision of authoritarian power that he held dear. * New York Labor History * In researching and analyzing the Republicans within the administration who questioned, ignored, and, on occasion, disobeyed orders from their commander in chief, Koncewicz connects the Watergate era to larger political and cultural shifts. * Journal of American History * Brief but scholarly in all the right ways-and excruciatingly timely. * Kirkus Review * One reason Koncewicz's narrative is so compelling is that it's also a redemption story. * The Washington Post *