SEQUELS: Nixon: Once More, with Feeling

Richard Nixon's public ordeal on Watergate may finally be over. Certainly the nation has had enough. As he faced a televised grilling last week on the scandal that destroyed his presidency, the disgraced ex-President forced viewers to suffer through most of the same old distortions and deceptions (along with some new ones) on the now tedious details of the criminal cover-up in his White House. But then, for some 25 emotional minutes at the end of the broadcast, the nation got its first—and, it could hope, last—glimpse into the anguish and genuine...

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