The great coverup: Nixon and the scandal of Watergate

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Seven Locks Press, Jun 1, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 319 pages
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As city editor of the Washington Post, Barry Sussman became part of the team that uncovered what many have described as the nation's worst political scandal. The Great Cover-up chronicles all the events that pushed Nixon from office.

"Serious Watergate students report this is the best overview of the subject. I heartily agree". -- John Dean

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Contents

The Great Coverup Begins
29
Part IV
59
The Turning Point
129
Copyright

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