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Watergate: chronology of a crisis.

Author: William B Dickinson; Janice L Goldstein; Congressional Quarterly, inc.
Publisher: Washington [1973]-
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Congressional Quarterly, inc.
Watergate: chronology of a crisis.
Washington [1973]-
(OCoLC)558133565
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William B Dickinson; Janice L Goldstein; Congressional Quarterly, inc.
ISBN: 0871870592 9780871870599
OCLC Number: 687673
Notes: Vol. 2: Compiled by Janice L. Goldstein.
Based on material from CQ weekly report for the period covered.
Description: volumes illustrations 28 cm
Contents: V. 1. Backgrounding the crisis, April 14, 1973 --
Chief Congressional investigations in U.S. history --
White House inquiry --
First resignations --
President addresses the nation, April 30 --
Watergate's cast of characters --
White House staff changes --
Previous White House scandals --
Indictments and reorganization, May 10 --
President fills defense and CIA posts --
Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on Elliot L. Richardson --
Senate Select Committee opens Watergate hearings, May 17 --
Proposed reform of election process, May 16 --
CQ interview with House Majority Leader Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. --
Presidential counterattack, May 22 --
Selection of special prosecutor --
Friction builds over prosecutor --
Haldeman-Ehrlichman depositions --
Stans-Magruder testify in Senate June 12, 14 --
A week of leaks, June 17-22 --
Damaging charges by John W. Dean III --
CQ interview with historian Daniel J. Boorstin --
Senate hearings extended --
Mitchell admits coverup --
Presidential eavesdropping --
Senate-Nixon deadlock --
Haldeman testimony at overtime hearings --
Senate hearings recess --
Nixon's Watergate reply.
Responsibility: [Compiled by editor William B. Dickinson, Jr.].

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