Watergate Teasers

Pincus, Walter
November 1973
New Republic;11/24/73, Vol. 169 Issue 21, p14
Presents issues related to the Watergate scandal in the U.S. which rocked the White House. Involvement of U.S. White House Aide H.R. Haldeman in the cover up of the scandal; Questions on the accuracy of Secret Service logs; Connection of President Richard Nixon with the Watergate scandal; Information regarding the Secret Service logs on the White House tapes.


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