The Watergate Scandal: Did the System Work?. How the Watergate Scandal upheld the principle no man is above the law, and led to a series of reforms to restrain executive power, but also produced unintended consequences for American politics. Please turn your Cells Phones Off.
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The Watergate Scandal: Did the System Work?
How the Watergate Scandal upheld the principle no man is above the law, and led to a series of reforms to restrain executive power, but also produced unintended consequences for American politics
Senator Ervin says
turn off your cell
phones or face
Senator Sam Ervin, Jr.
George McGovern v. Richard Nixon
TV ads: View the Political Ads for Nixon and McGovern:
http://www.livingroomcandidate.org/commercials/1972 - 4037
Nixon's landslide: View the Electoral Map http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/showelection.php?year=1972
Sec. of Commerce
(R) Robert (Bob) Haldeman
and (L) John Erlichman,
White House Chief of Staff
and Domestic Advisor
G. Gordon Liddy
Bob Woodward and Carl
Bernstein, Washington Post
The five burglars
All the President’s Men
Led by North Carolina Senator Sam
Ervin, the Senate Watergate
Committee linked CREEP to the
White House and revealed Tapes
Mark Felt, Former FBI Official