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Watergate by Lewis Chester
Call Number: 99 00971
ISBN: 0345235304
Publication Date: 1973-01-01

 

Drawings of the Watergate hearings by Pref. by George Dangerfield; Drawings by Howard Warshaw
Call Number: 00 00274
Publication Date: 1973
 

 

 

The Watergate hearings : break-in and cover-up : proceedings of the Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities / as edited by the staff of the New York times ; narrative by R.W. Apple, Jr. ; chronology by Linda Amster ; general editor, Gerald Gold.
Call Number: 99 00986
Publication Date: 1973
 


 

Why President Richard Nixon should be impeached / American Civil Liberties Union
Call Number: 00 00274
Publication Date: 1973


 

 

 Gerald Gardner's The Watergate follies by Gerald Gardner
Call Number: 92 00673
Publication Date: 1973

 

Watergate and the White House / editor: Edward W. Knappman ;

contributing editors: Mary Elizabeth Clifford ... [et al.].
Call Number: 81 01605 (3 Vol.)
Publication Date: 1973-1974

 

All the President's men / Carl Bernstein, Bob Woodward.
Call Number: E860 .B47 1974 
Publication Date: 1974

 

 

Constitutional grounds for Presidential impeachment, by the impeachment inquiry staff, Committee on the Judiciary of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Call Number: 81 01605 
Publication Date: 1974

 

 

The friends of Richard Nixon / by George V. Higgins
Call Number: 91 00073   
Publication Date: 1975

 

 

 
Watergate and the Resignation of Richard Nixon by Harry P. Jeffrey (Editor); Thomas Maxwell-Long (Editor); John W. Dean (Foreword by)
Call Number: 2004 0701
ISBN: 1568029101
Publication Date: 2004-08-15
Thirty years have passed since President Nixon's resignation, yet, the impact of the "Watergate" scandal continues to affect the institutional power of the American chief executive. Through documents and analytical essays, this timely collection places the Watergate crisis in perspective, providing a cogent and balanced analysis of the development and consequences of an event that has overshadowed Nixon's legacy and permanently altered the country's perceptions of politics. Watergate threatened the very constitutional order of the nation, and continues to this day to affect the public's attitudes about the presidency, America's political culture, the mass media's coverage of politics, the separation of powers, and the investigation of high-level misconduct in the federal government. Twelve topical essays written by presidential scholars cover these themes and examine the impact of the crisis over time. Primary source materials, including transcripts from oral interviews, Nixon's speeches, letters, the infamous Watergate tapes, excerpts from testimony and hearings in Congress, the proposed articles of impeachment, and more are all put in context with explanatory headnotes. 

Nixon Behind Bars
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Images from Berkeley Barb: 1972-1974
Berkeley barb / Published     Berkeley, Calif. : Max Scherr
 

 

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