The Watergate Trial

Pincus, Walter
November 1974
New Republic;11/9/74, Vol. 171 Issue 19, p10
Focuses on the complexity of the 1973 Watergate Trial in Washington D.C. Number of prospective government witnesses; Amount received by conspirator G. Gordon Liddy for bugging Democratic headquarters; Impact of the bare recitation of facts about the cover-up on the jury; Direct testimony concerning defendant Robert Mardian; Essentials of President Richard Nixon's involvement in the scandal; Escaping of indictment through some legal loophole.


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