Nixon, Vol. 3: Ruin and Recovery, 1973-1990
Watergate is a story of high drama and low skulduggery, of lies and bribes, of greed and lust for power. With access to the central characters, the public papers, and the trials transcripts, Ambrose explains how Nixon destroyed himself through a combination of arrogance and indecision, allowing a "third-rate burglary" to escalate into a scandal that overwhelmed his presidency. Within a decade and a half however, Nixon had become one of America's elder statesmen, respected internationally and at home even by those who had earlier clamoured loudest for his head. This is the story of Nixon's final fall from grace and astonishing recovery.
Specifications of Nixon, Vol. 3: Ruin and Recovery, 1973-1990
|Author||Stephen E. Ambrose|
|Publisher||Simon & Schuster|
|Number Of Pages||667|
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