Watergate: A Brief History with Documents
Stanley I. Kutler
John Wiley & Sons, Jan 15, 2010 - History - 240 pages
The second edition of Watergate: A Brief History with Documents presents a collection of relevant historic documents from Nixon's acceptance speech at the 1968 Republican National Convention to his 1974 pardon.
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II The White House Horrors
III The Watergate BreakIn
IV CoverUp The White House Responds
V The Conspiracy Unravels Judge Sirica the Ellsberg Case the Senate and the Special Prosecutor
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18 USC Section Agnew asked Attorney authority burglary campaign Chairman Colson Committee to Re-Elect conduct confidentiality constitutional conversations counsel count of conspiracy count of violation Court cover-up criminal Daniel Ellsberg dash decision defendants Democratic Democratic National Committee Ellsberg executive privilege fact going Gordon Liddy grand jury H. R. Haldeman House Judiciary Committee Howard Hunt illegal impeachment Indicted investigation involved Jaworski John Dean John Ehrlichman Judge Sirica July June justice kalmbach Krogh lawyer Liddy Magruder March matter McCord national security Oval Office Papers Patman Pentagon Papers Pleaded guilty political president nixon President’s prosecution Re-Elect the President record Republican resignation Richard Nixon Senate Select Committee senator baker Sentenced Special Prosecutor Stans statement Strachan subpoena talk tapes tell testimony thing told trial unintelligible United USC Section 371 violation of 18 Watergate break-in White House staff Yes Yes Yes