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  1. NIXON REACTS TO WATERGATE Nixon made three major speeches on the Watergate scandal during 1973 and 1974. The first was on April 30, 1973, in which he announced the departure of Dean, Haldeman and Ehrlichman. A more defiant speech was delivered on August 15, 1973.

  2. The Secret Plot to Make Ted Kennedy President, Inside the Real Watergate Conspiracy (Penguin Sentinel, 2008) details how members of the Kennedy family political dynasty successfully exploited the Watergate Break-in to pave the way for the restoration of Camelot, via Senator Edward Kennedy's expected 1976 presidential run.

  3. Aug 07, 2014 · In recent decades, as more and more tapes were made available to the public, journalists, and scholars by the National Archives, non-Watergate revelations about the Nixon presidency emerged.

  4. Deep Throat is the pseudonym given to the secret informant who provided information in 1972 to Bob Woodward, who shared it with Carl Bernstein.Woodward and Bernstein were reporters for The Washington Post, and Deep Throat provided key details about the involvement of U.S. president Richard Nixon's administration in what came to be known as the Watergate scandal.

  5. Nov 09, 2009 · Richard Nixon (1913-94), the 37th U.S. president, is best remembered as the only president ever to resign from office. Nixon stepped down in 1974, halfway

  6. Pardon. Following the release of the "smoking gun" tape on August 5, 1974, Nixon's position had become untenable. In his 1979 autobiography, A Time to Heal, Ford wrote about a meeting he had with White House Chief of Staff Alexander Haig before Nixon's resignation.

  7. Dec 16, 2021 · Baker was a member of the Senate Watergate Committee, which began their nationally televised hearings in mid-May 1973 and resulted in the resignation of President ... The White House tapes would ...

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