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Watergate: The Corruption of American Politics and the Fall of Richard Nixon
After the outpouring of respect that marked the death of Richard Nixon, Fred Emery's ''Watergate: The Corruption of American Politics and the Fall of Richard Nixon'' is a wrenching reminder of the disgrace in which Nixon resigned the Presidency 20 years ago. Emery, who served as Washington bureau chief for The Times of London in the 's, has written his book in conjunction with a television series on Watergate that will be aired in August on the Discovery Channel. However, the book, which will be published later this month, stands on its own as a comprehensive account of this century's most notorious political scandal, from the earliest discussions in which Nixon aides contemplated illegal buggings and break-ins to Nixon's resignation after it became evident that he had sought to cover up White House crimes. In a brisk and usually lucid style, Mr. Emery recounts this intricate story on a day-by-day, sometimes conversation-by-conversation basis. His narrative is impressively documented, drawing not only on the full range of previously available materials, but also on interviews conducted for the television series and on Nixon tapes released by the National Archives last year.
Watergate:: The Corruption of American Politics and the Fall of Richard Nixon
Watergate is a documentary series co-produced by the BBC and Discovery , broadcast in It was broadcast as five episodes of 50 minutes each. Episode list Britain : 1. Break-in 8 May 2. Cover-up 15 May 3.