by Mark Feldstein
Richard M. Nixon, then seeking the Republican presidential nomination, addresses an audience in Oregon in May 1968.
September 30, 2010 Writer Mark Feldstein says muckraking columnist Jack Anderson cut ethical corners to get Nixon exposes, and the president responded with fury. He recounts surprising details of the long-running battle between the journalist and the politician in Poisoning the Press.
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September 28, 2010 Mark Feldstein's gripping new account of the long-running rivalry between Richard Nixon and columnist Jack Anderson examines what is likely the all-time low point in American journalist-politician relations. His analysis of their relationship is even-handed, and hard to put down.
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