Remembering a national nightmare
- Since Watergate scandal, the intolerable is tolerated. Goode, Stephen // Insight on the News;06/23/97, Vol. 13 Issue 23, p12
Presents information on the Watergate scandal and legacy. Details on how America still feels about Watergate; Views on changes after Watergate; How the press feels about politicians since Watergate; Speculation as to whether the legacies continue.
- Untitled. // New Yorker;7/9/1973, Vol. 49 Issue 20, p31
An excerpt from an article on the Watergate scandal published in the "Palo Alto Times" newspaper in 1973 is presented.
- Wallowing in Whitewater. Thomas, Cal // Caribbean Business;3/17/1994, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p49
Focuses on the effect on United States President Bill Clinton of the Whitewater story, a controversy which occurred when he was still governor. Analogies between the Whitewater affair and the Watergate scandal of the 1970s; Statements from the president's defenders; Bigger coverup by First...
- What's left of Watergate. // Columbia Journalism Review;Sep/Oct1973, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p2
This article comments on issues on mass media in relation to the Watergate affair, as of September 1973. Both those included and those omitted had a heady time poring over the White House enemies list released by John W. Dean to the Ervin Committee on June 27, 1973. But the roster, containing...
- Watergate still stinks. // Christian Century;7/3/2002, Vol. 119 Issue 14, p7
Provides information on the views of U.S. citizens regarding the Watergate scandal based on the CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll in June 2002. Percentage of U.S. citizens who consider the issue a very serious matter; Awareness of younger U.S. citizens on the issue; Comparison of the approval rating...
- High Quality Performance Rests on Personal Integrity. Krogh, Egil "Bud" // Journal for Quality & Participation;Fall2007, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p13
The author offers insights from his involvement in events that led to the Watergate scandal. After examining the reasons why good people, whether in government or business, choose courses of action that inflict harm on those they normally would help, destroying their careers and undermining the...
- Polling on Watergate: The Battle for Public Opinion . Lang, Gladys Engel; Lang, Kurt // Public Opinion Quarterly;Winter80, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p530
How do polls become part of the political process through which decisions are made and issues resolved? Case studies of the development and outcome of political controversies, like Watergate, can go a long way toward clarification of the direct and indirect impacts of the polls.
- ____gate' Yabroff, Jennie // Newsweek;4/28/2008, Vol. 151 Issue 17, p12
This article condemns the tendency to name political scandals by appending the syllable gate to the end of a noun relating to that scandal. This practice began after the Watergate scandal of the early 1970s, which led to the resignation of U.S. President Richard Nixon. The authors decided to...
- Watchdog Reporting: Exploring Its Myth. Graves, Florence // Nieman Reports;Spring2008, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p32
The article explores the myth of investigative reporting. It is stated that the myth of journalists doggedly uncovering all the facts is important and dangerous. According to Michael Schudson, author of the books "The Power of News" and "Watergate in American Memory: How We Remember, Forget and...