THE ADMINISTRATION: Nixon's Nightmare: Fighting to Be Believed

Nixon's Nightmare: Fighting to Be Believed

HE had made his move. He had cleaned out his staff. He had faced the nation on TV. But Watergate still kept growing like a malignancy. Within less than a week after Richard Nixon had solemnly denied any personal involvement and promised to see justice done, one of his ousted aides threatened to implicate the President himself in a conspiracy to conceal White House involvement. The charge, whatever its ultimate authenticity and force, was only the latest of an incredible series of revelations and accusations that clouded the President's ability to govern and produced...

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