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Silent coup : the removal of a president

Author: Len Colodny; Robert Gettlin
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, ©1991.
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SILENT COUP documents the political and personal agendas that combined to destroy Richard Nixon.
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Named Person: Richard M Nixon; Richard M Nixon
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Len Colodny; Robert Gettlin
ISBN: 0312051565 9780312051563
OCLC Number: 22493143
Description: xvi, 507 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Bk. 1. Spy ring / 1. Spying on the White House --
2. Carrying the contraband --
3. The admiral's confession --
4. Nixon orders a burial --
5. The Woodward-Haig connection --
Bk. 2. Golden boy / 6. The president's private eye --
7. Sandwedge becomes GEMSTONE --
8. The Bailley connection --
9. The last break-in --
10. Los Angeles and Manila: the cover-up begins --
11. A walk in the park --
12. "The smoking gun" --
13. Hush money-for hunt --
14. Damage control action officer --
15. The pressure mounts --
16. Confession time --
17. The cancer within the presidency --
Bk. 3. Exit the president / 18. The return of Alexander Haig --
19. Stewart shakes up the White House --
20. Five days in July --
21. The Saturday night massacre --
22. The eighteen-and-a-half-minute gap --
23. Moorer-Radford disinterred --
24. Senator Stennis holds a hearing --
25. The real final days --
Epilogue: ... and throw away the key.
Responsibility: Len Colodny and Robert Gettlin.

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SILENT COUP documents the political and personal agendas that combined to destroy Richard Nixon.

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