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Language: English
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 33.35 MB
v The author of the book: Theodore H. White
Edition: Atheneum Publishers (NYC)
Date of issue: May 28th 1975
ISBN: 0689106580
ISBN 13: 9780689106583
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The Nixon crisis of 1973-74 threatened the state in ways not immediately understood. Stripped of drama & confusion, however, the problem was that the President had placed himself above the law. The nation had to decide whether that could be allowed. Theodore H. White starts this story with the last days of Richard Nixon in the White House--as those closest recognized he'd deceived them & that they must force him out. He follows the thread of manipulation back to its origin 20 years earlier & shows how the Nixon team came to see politics as war without quarter, in which the White House was a command post where ordinary rules didn't apply, where power could be used without restraint.
Let justice be done
The politics of manipulation
Poor Richard: how things work
The team: from politics to power
The White House of Richard Nixon: from style to heresy
The underground: from crime to conspiracy
Victory 1972: design for control
The tapes: a tour inside the mind of Richard Nixon
The systems respond: Spring 1973
Firestorm: Fall 1973
The question period: Winter-Spring 1974
Judgment: Summer 1974
Breach of faith
Appendix A: The articles of impeachment
Appendix B: Richard Nixon's farewell statement, 8/8/74


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Ebook Breach of Faith: The Fall of Richard Nixon read Online! Theodore Harold White was an American political journalist, historian, and novelist, best known for his accounts of the 1960, 1964, 1968, and 1972 presidential elections.
White became one of Time magazine's first foreign correspondents, serving in East Asia and later as a European correspondent. He is best known for his accounts of two presidential elections, The Making of the President, 1960 (1961, Pulitzer Prize) and The Making of the President, 1964 (1965), and for associating the short-lived presidency of John F. Kennedy with the legend of Camelot. His intimate style of journalism, centring on the personalities of his subjects, strongly influenced the course of political journalism and campaign coverage.




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