Watergate, known as the scandal that brought down President Richard M. Nixon, is "a general term used to describe a complex web of political scandals between 1972 and 1974. The word specifically refers to the Watergate Hotel in Washington D.C."
- Also see "Deep Throat".
Resources and articles
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- "Watergate: The Scandal That Brought Down Richard Nixon," watergate.info.
- "Richard M. Nixon: The Watergate Tapes", UC Berkeley.
- "Boettcher, Robert. Gifts of Deceit: Sun Myung Moon, Tongsun Park, and the Korean Scandal". Namebase.org (A brief book review).
- "Billygate - 1980". Washington Post special report.
- "Irangate", Hutchinson Encyclopedia.
- "Revisiting Watergate", Washington Post.
- "Watergate" Timeline, Washington Post.
- "Watergate Revisited", CNN.
- Watergate.info web site.
- "The Nixon Era Times", official publication of the Nixon Era Center at Mountain State University.
- Byron York, "Is Hillary really living history, or is she lying about it?" The Hill, June 11, 2003.
2004 and 2005
- Bart Barnes, "Watergate Prosecutor Faced Down the President," Washington Post, May 30, 2004: "Archibald Cox, 92, the Harvard law professor and special prosecutor whose refusal to accept White House limits on his investigation of the Watergate break-in and coverup helped bring about the 1974 resignation of President Richard M. Nixon, died yesterday at his home in Brooksville, Maine."
- Patricia Sullivan, "Watergate Committee Chief Counsel Samuel Dash Dies," Washington Post, May 30, 2004.
- Murray Waas, "Jack Anderson: An Appreciation" Village Voice, Dec. 19, 2005.
- Patricia Sullivan, Obituary: "Watergate GOP Counsel, Gay Activist Sam Garrison," Washington Post, May 31, 2007.
- "Watergate Lawyer Garrison Dies at 65," Associated Press (Guardian Unlimited (UK)), June 1, 2007.
- Allen Barra, "Why Nixon and Watergate Still Matter: An Interview with James Reston, Jr.," AmericanHeritage.com, June 14, 2007.
- Alicia C. Shepard, "The Myth of Watergate, Woodward and Bernstein. There's more behind Watergate and Woodstein than you might think," Poynter Online, June 15, 2007.
- Joe Strupp, "Watergate's 35th Anniversary: Would That Story Have Been Broken Today?" Editor & Publisher, June 15, 2007.
- Matthew Felling, "Watergate Now?" PublicEye Blog/CBS News, June 15, 2007.
- Elizabeth Drew, "Why Watergate matters. Thirty-five years later, the scandal that brought down Richard Nixon remains a powerful warning about the abuse of power," Los Angeles Times, June 17, 2007.
- Alicia C. Shepard, "How An Unlikely Pair -- Woodward and Bernstein -- Broke Watergate," Editor & Publisher, June 17, 2007.
- Nick Juliano, "Woodward says Thompson gets too much credit for role in Watergate investigation," The Raw Story, June 18, 2007. re Fred Thompson
- "Woodward questions Thompson role in Watergate," Think Progress, June 18, 2007.
- Ryan Singel, "Detailed Report of CIA's Wiretapping of Americans and Dirty Tricks To Be Unclassified -- Updated," Threat Level Blog/WIRED, June 21, 2007.
- Betsy Taylor, "Watergate politician dies at 84. Ex-Rep. Hungate played key role in drive to oust Nixon," Associated Press (Houston Chronicle), June 22, 2007.
- Obituary: "William Hungate: 1922 - 2007. Ex-congressman, judge. Democrat sponsored second article of impeachment against Nixon during Watergate proceeding, led investigation of presidential pardon," Associated Press (Chicago Tribune), June 23, 2007.
- "Today in History - June 25," Washington Post, June 25, 2007.
- "Bob Woodward Looks at New CIA Documents Linked to Watergate," Editor & Publisher, June 26, 2007.
- Bob Woodward, "The Keeper of Secrets Earned His Reputation," Washington Post, June 27, 2007.
- Karen DeYoung and Walter Pincus, "CIA Releases Files On Past Misdeeds. Assassination Plots, Domestic Spying Cited," Washington Post, June 27, 2007.
- Ken Fireman and Jeff Bliss, "CIA Paid for Nixon Thank-You Notes, Documents Show (Update1)," Bloomberg News, June 27, 2007.