The Silbert-Petersen Puzzle

Pincus, Walter
July 1974
New Republic;7/6/74, Vol. 171 Issue 1/2, p15
Focuses on the investigation made by District of Columbia attorney Earl J. Silbert of the Watergate scandal at the White House in Washington D.C. Extent of conspiracy among the Watergate defendants; Responsibility of Silbert over the faults in the investigation; Claims of the original prosecutors on the Watergate case; Review made by the Justice Department's original investigation; Limitation of inquiry into the Watergate affair.


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