What I Meant Was…

December 1974
New Republic;12/28/74, Vol. 171 Issue 26, p7
Comments on the attempt to cover-up the Watergate Scandal in the U.S. Taped conversation of Nixon, John Ehrlichman, and Chief of Staff H. R. Haldeman on April 25, 1973; Presidential clemency in 1974 for the Watergate defendants; Haldeman's examination of the vulnerabilities of President Richard Nixon.


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