The Bugs at the Watergate

Walking his late-night rounds at Washington's Watergate office building, a security guard spotted the tape blocking the bolt on a basement door.... He called police, and a three-man squad found two more taped locks—as well as a jimmied door leading into the shadowy offices of the Democratic National Committee on the sixth floor.

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The Nation: The Tools of Watergate

THE arrested Watergate burglars were well equipped with spying and break-in gear, as shown by the tools and papers confiscated from them by Washington police...

WATERGATE: THE FORMIDABLE AL HAIG

When Nixon asked me to become Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, I thought it important to have a military assistant whose...

WATERGATE: Watergate Library, Vol. I

by THE LONDON SUNDAY TIMES TEAM; LEWIS CHESTER, CAL McCRYSTAL, STEPHEN ARIS and WILLIAM SHAWCROSS 280 pages. Ballantine. $6.95. (Paperback 267 pages. $1.50.)...

Education: Watergate for Credit

The fall course catalogue at the University of Chicago will contain an unusual entry: a three-credit course on "Constitutional Aspects of Watergate." "The name...

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Fred Thompson's Filmography

The Watergate lawyer, Tennessee senator and 2008 Republican presidential hopeful has built an impressive resume of gruff yet avuncular supporting roles on TV and...

Top 10 Unfortunate Political One-Liners

Nov. 17 marks the thirty-fifth anniversary of President Richard Nixon's his famous "I am not a crook" line at the height of the Watergate scandal. Flip through...

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