Presidential Power on Trial: From Watergate to All the Presidents Menby William Noble
In 1971, seven men broke in to the office of the Democratic National Committee at the Watergate Hotel in Washington, D.C. Though President Richard Nixon said his administration was not involved, two reporters from the Washington Post uncovered a trail of illegal campaign activities that led to the White House and ultimately resulted in Nixon's resignation. Author William Noble describes the crime, the court cases, and the award-winning movie made about them.
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