Summary "The book focuses on the fight against a press perceived as hostile to the President and charts how the nation's major newspapers and magazines covered the unfolding scandal.
Richard Nixon, Watergate, and the Press: A Historical Retrospective
Newly released sources show how Nixon and his advisors immersed themselves to deeply in a maze of deception and mistrust that none involved could extricate themselves, creating a political tragedy that haunts us to this day. Liebovich sheds new light on the Nixon administration's extensive foul play, zeal to battle and manipulate the press, scandalous miring, and eventual political disgrace. After detailing the nation's news media coverage of the Watergate debacle and the ensuing breakup of American politics, Liebovich recounts the scandal's long-lasting, corrosive effect on presidential and popular politics.
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Recommended for academic mass media collections and large public libraries. Liebovich approaches Nixon and Watergate through the lens of press relations during the Nixon years.
Making good use of recently released materials and tapes, Liebovich looks at the administration's press strategy almost as a metaphor for the entire presidency of Richard Nixon Liebovich does a fine job of describing the long-term consequences of the Watergate scandal. It is a well-written, well-researched, though brief, book that provides insights into how Nixon attempted to battle and to manipulate the press during the Watergate affair He also sheds a not-altogether-flattering light on the one institution whose reputation was enhanced by Watergate: Try our Search Tips.
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