The Assassination of Richard Nixon
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Samuel Bicke: Please let them know, maestro. Let them know I was nervous... that unlike the powerful I was not so arrogant, as to be sure that my actions were righteous. Certainty is the disease of kings, maestro... and Sam Bicke was many things, but not a king. He just wanted to make a change, to stop the lies... and he aimed high.

Samuel Bicke: I'm white.
Harold Mann: Yeah, well we all got to be born something.

Samuel Bicke: What happened, Mr. Bernstein... to the land of plenty. When there's plenty for the few, and nothing for the plenty. Is that the American Dream?

Samuel Bicke: They can rebuild the White House, but they will never forget me. Not ever.

Samuel Bicke: What about my rights?
Bonny Simmons: You got a right to be mad.

Samuel Bicke: Slavery never really ended in this country. It just gave it another name... Em-plo-yee.

Samuel Bicke: I wanna throw an idea at you. Zebras.
Harold Mann: Zebras?
Samuel Bicke: Zebras. You see, they're black, and they're white. The Black Panthers become The Zebras, and membership will double.

Samuel Bicke: Mr. Bernstein, sir there are people who sit and wait their lives away on the promise of the dream that will not come... they are the sheep.

Factual error: In 1973, directly after the scene where Sam had to chase the dog down the street, he sits in his apartment alone, watching Julie Nixon's wedding on TV. She was married in 1968.

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