The Watergate Aesthetic

April 1976
National Review;4/30/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 15, p436
This article focuses on the increasing negative reactions of the public towards former U.S. President Richard Nixon and his administration regarding the Watergate affair in 1974. According to the essay, the controversy was institutionalized by the U.S. mass media. Books about the Watergate affair were published and distributed in the country. In this regard, the controversy has affected the political chances of the Republican Party in the upcoming election in the nation.


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