SOURCE: NY Times
The tapes featuring Khalid Shaikh Mohammed and three of his accused co-conspirators were made between April and October 2001, prosecutors say.
SOURCE: The Wire
Which of these two statements comes closest to your own point of view about Watergate — it was a very serious matter because it revealed corruption in the Nixon administration or it was just politics — the kind of thing that both parties engage in?
SOURCE: The Daily Beast
Nixon thought his legacy would be built on the tapes recording his every presidential move. Instead, they were his undoing.
SOURCE: The Atlantic
by Evan Thomas
Forty years after Watergate, it's easy to imagine we know all there is to know about Tricky Dick. Two new books show how wrong that is.
SOURCE: Vanity Fair
In an adaptation from their forthcoming book, Vanity Fair contributing editor Douglas Brinkley and historian Luke A. Nichter draw on 3,700 hours of President Nixon’s White House tapes to convey the inner workings of Nixon’s action-packed first term.
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