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Professor Kutler was an acclaimed constitutional scholar and taught at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for 32 years until he retired in Only 63 hours had been made public decades earlier during the Watergate hearings and prosecutions. As a result of his suit , the first hours of tapes related to unethical or illegal activity were released in The final hours of Nixon tapes were released in Although the unvarnished conversations reverberated with incriminating observations by Nixon and his inner circle, Professor Kutler said his lawsuit had as much to do with securing access as revealing culpability.
They hate my guts. Stanley Ira Kutler was born in Cleveland on Aug.
His father, Robert, was a printer. His mother, the former Zelda Coffman, was a homemaker.
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He joined the University of Wisconsin faculty in In , he married Sandra Sachs. Two of them. His son Andy told the Wisconsin State Journal that Kutler was one of those professors a student never forgets.
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It was about access. In a interview, Kutler said the records likely would not have been released if Nixon were still alive. She survives him, as do sons Andy and David, and daughter Susan. Another son, Jeff, is deceased.
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University of Wisconsin—Madison. Kutler was professor emeritus of law and history at UW—Madison.
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