All the President's Men
Publish date: March 1976
Publisher: Warner Books
Pages no: 383
Edition language: English
, Non Fiction
, American History
, True Crime
Change the names from 1972 to today's names and nothing has changed. The talking points and the words are the same. Denials and coming down on the press from the White House. I am astounded how much things stay the same in 50 years. While the book at first is a little disconcerting because of all th...
Date Published: June 24, 1974 Format: Print Source: Own Copy Date Read: June 20th - June 23rd Nixon Reading List Blurb: This landmark book details all the events of the biggest political scandal in the history of this nation--Watergate. Woodward and Bernstein kept the headlines coming, delivering ...
Mostly fascinating, and surprisingly easy to read due to its novel-like structure. All in all, a virtually required read for any political science/history student or scholar, and a very interesting read for anyone else.
This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camera sure doe...
Sorry friends, I can't remember the contents of this one much. I do remember that Ben Stein, the boring teacher in Ferris Bueller's Day Off, was a young economist in Nixon's Whitehouse and is described as crying uncontrollably because Nixon is such a "great president". I also had a book signed by Bo...