The first presidential cover-up

November 1992
Yankee;Nov92, Vol. 56 Issue 11, p35
Recounts the experience of President John Quincy Adams of Massachusetts who was forced to conduct an interview with newspaperwoman Anne Royall while he stood, naked, in the Potomac River after a morning swim. Royall refused to give him his clothes back until he allowed her to interview him.


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