Posted In: Book 3 Reviews, Book Reviews on December 7, 2021

It is billed as a shocking exposé of corrupt collusion between prosecutors, judges, and congressional staff to undo Nixon’s historic 1972 election, and it is based in part on recently unearthed internal documents, notes, and memos by Watergate special prosecutors. Shepard’s conclusion is that Nixon was innocent, the special prosecutors and Judge Sirica abused their powers, and the national press corps — whose hatred of Nixon dated back to the Alger Hiss Case — worked relentlessly to bring down a popular president.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.