Watergate Scandal in American Historyby David K. Fremon, David Fremon
This book describes how a June 1972 burglary at the Watergate hotel-office complex helped expose other illegal acts that took place in high levels of government during the Nixon administration. It explores the people and events involved in the political scandal that eventually forced the resignation of President Richard M. Nixon and changed the face of American politics.
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I was expecting more. It was entirely to vague and jumped from one period to the next. Although very acurate it does not seem a good book for avid Nixon/Watergate historians and researchers