Two of the President's Men

Hersh raises more questions Wiretapping National Security Council aides was a dirty business, and everybody in the White House and FBI knew it. Kissinger's method of handling it was simple: he put Haig in charge." Thus does Investigative Reporter Seymour Hersh, in an article in the May issue of the Atlantic Monthly magazine, assess once again the evidence that former National Security Adviser Henry Kissinger and his aide Alexander Haig were deeply involved in some of the murky plots of Richard Nixon's White House.

Hersh's indictment reignites the controversy over the culpability of two...

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