Now with a new afterword by the author, here is the definitive history of the Watergate scandal - based on the most recently released tapes, in-depth interviews with many of the participants, and hundreds of official and unofficial documents, including notes Haldeman omitted from his own published diaries.
Emery's comprehensive coverage and penetrating insights clear up many uncertainties that may still remain about the scandal and the extent of Nixon's involvement. Authoritative and compelling, Watergate is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand fully this traumatizing episode in America's history that challenged the integrity of its political system.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - magicians_nephew - LibraryThing
Well, I don't know why the whole Watergate kerflufle fascinates me so. Maybe it's because it was the history that I lived through, not just the history I read about. Anyway Fred Emery had himself a ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ehines - LibraryThing
A really fine book on this scandal and, next to reading the tape transcripts, the best reminder I know of what the Nixon administration was actually like. Read full review
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