The Haldeman Diaries: Inside the Nixon White House

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Berkley Books, 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 854 pages
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When H.R. Haldeman died, he left behind a chronicle of the four years he was Chief of Staff for President Nixon. His diaries offer a fascinating portrait of the major events of this era, including the Cambodia bombings, the Kent State killings, the fall of Spiro Agnew, the Watergate scandal and new insights on Richard Nixon. 8-page photo insert.

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With the 2012 election fast approaching, I have been reading material that gives behind the scenes insight into politics at the Executive level. This book written by the Chief of Staff for the Nixon ... Read full review

Review: The Haldeman Diaries

User Review  - Goodreads

With the 2012 election fast approaching, I have been reading material that gives behind the scenes insight into politics at the Executive level. This book written by the Chief of Staff for the Nixon ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction by Stephen E Ambrose
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Foreword by H R Haldeman
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AprilJune
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