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  1. The Watergate scandal began with the June 17, 1972, break-in at the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate Office Building in Washington, D.C., and the Nixon administration's attempted cover-up of its involvement.

  2. Sep 27, 2020 · They show that in 2013, the pageant reported $31.6 million in gross receipts — the highest since at least the 1990s — allowing Mr. Trump and his co-owner, NBC, to split profits of $4.7 million.

  3. Jun 20, 2022 · When Secret Agenda: Watergate, Deep Throat and the CIA was first published by Random House in November 1984 – more than a decade after the resignation and pardon of Richard Nixon – it ...

  4. Jun 07, 2022 · Former White House Counsel John Dean's testimony in the Watergate investigation helped topple Richard Nixon's presidency. He shares his story in the series "Watergate: Blueprint for a Scandal." It ...

  5. Teach and Learn With The Times: Resources for Bringing the World Into Your Classroom

  6. Nov 02, 2020 · Get inspired to vote with the best political movies ever to watch (stream) before the 2020 election, including movies about politics, presidents, government and U.S. history.

  7. In 1972 the party nominated antiwar candidate George S. McGovern, who lost to Nixon in one of the biggest landslides in U.S. electoral history. Two years later the Watergate scandal forced Nixon’s resignation, enabling Jimmy Carter, then the Democratic governor of Georgia, to defeat Gerald R. Ford, Nixon’s successor, in 1976.

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