by Elizabeth Drew
Hardcover, 450 pages, Penguin Group USA, List Price: $29.95 |
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A rerelease of the 1975 account detailing the extraordinary upheaval of the Watergate months exposes the corruption, ethics, and humanity of period Washington and is updated with a new introduction that places the scandal in a present-day context.
May 21, 2014 Political journalist Elizabeth Drew chronicled the events of 1974 in her recently reissued Washington Journal. She tells NPR's Robert Siegel that she sees "a certain nobility" in Nixon's resilience.
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