Richard Nixon's Albert Schweitzer Moment
This document, much in the news lately, details Richard Nixon's good deeds (some of which, such as dolls to sick kids, had been detailed earlier) - including a White House visit for Alexander Butterfield's daughter and phone calls to surviving members of soldiers' families. Nixon apparently wanted these things kept hush-hush.
The document would be a compelling and poignant view of Nixon-the-human-being if, you know, it weren't written by Richard Nixon (to H.R. Haldeman) in an attempt to improve his public image.