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The right and the power : the prosecution of Watergate

Author: Leon Jaworski
Publisher: New York : Reader's Digest Press : Distributed by Crowell, 1976.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The secrets of Watergate were hidden by lies and deceit, and only one man had the right and the power to bring the White House to justice. In this book Special Prosecutor Leon Jaworski for the first time explains and documents the details of the behind-the-scenes struggles for the White House tape recordings, the release of which culminated in a historic Supreme Court decision and the resignation of President  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Jaworski, Leon.
Right and the power.
New York : Reader's Digest Press : distributed by Crowell, 1976
(OCoLC)568076366
Named Person: Richard M Nixon; Richard M Nixon; Richard M Nixon
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Leon Jaworski
ISBN: 0883491028 9780883491027
OCLC Number: 2331561
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 305 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: "He wants you" --
The battle line is drawn --
Some plead guilty --
The damning tapes --
The breach in the wall --
Creating legal precedent --
We go to court --
No room for compromise --
Ordinary fairness --
Subject to the law --
The case against the president --
"We affirm the order..." --
End of a nightmare --
Indict or pardon? --
The pardon --
Final details --
Haunting memories.
Responsibility: Leon Jaworski.
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The secrets of Watergate were hidden by lies and deceit, and only one man had the right and the power to bring the White House to justice. In this book Special Prosecutor Leon Jaworski for the first time explains and documents the details of the behind-the-scenes struggles for the White House tape recordings, the release of which culminated in a historic Supreme Court decision and the resignation of President Richard Nixon.

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