Watergate: A New History by Garrett M. Graff 679 pages

Having lived through Watergate, I was interested in learning what new information was discovered. Happily, I was not disappointed. Graff’s most recent work of nonfiction is easy to read, informative and well-documented. Although I knew the outcome and the main characters, I couldn’t put down Watergate. With all that his been released since Watergate occurred, Nixon and his gang come off even worse than they did in the 70’s. Although this is a lengthy book, it is in no way a tedious read. Also, be sure to read the footnotes at the bottom of most pages-they are some of the most interesting parts of Graff’s research.

Watergate: A New History by Garrett M. Graff 679 pages

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