All the President's Men

All the President's Men

This landmark book details all the events of the biggest political scandal in the history of this nation--Watergate. Woodward and Bernstein kept the headlines coming, delivering revelation after amazing revelation to a shocked public. Black-and-white photograph section....

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Title:All the President's Men
Author:Carl Bernstein
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Genres:History
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:480 pages pages

All the President's Men Reviews

  • Jamie
    Dec 22, 2014

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

    Romanul de investiga?ie al celor doi reporteri de la Washington Post, Carl Bernstein ?i Bob Woordward, publicat īn Statele Unite īn 1974, a netezit spectrul cu care trebuie privit?, la modul abstract, politica. Afacerea Watergate este cu des?vār?ire cea mai mare problema de p...

    ????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ????????? ?? ???"? ???? ????????, ???? ?????? ?? ???????? ????? ??????. ?? ???? ???? ????????? ????? ?? ???? ????? ????...

    I have watched my DVD of the movie more than half a dozen times and, as much as I enjoy it each time, I have always thought that something was missing, some key bits of information needed to tie it all together. Well, duh! The book has it all. Not in the tidy, linear progression fro...

    Knew the story and still couldn?t put the book down. The movie barely scratches the surface, as does what I?ve learned about it from other sources. Here?s the full story. Exhaustion, fears, doubts, and all. And Woodward and Bernstein are reporters, not storytellers. Real life...

  • El
    Jan 01, 2012

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

    Romanul de investiga?ie al celor doi reporteri de la Washington Post, Carl Bernstein ?i Bob Woordward, publicat īn Statele Unite īn 1974, a netezit spectrul cu care trebuie privit?, la modul abstract, politica. Afacerea Watergate este cu des?vār?ire cea mai mare problema de p...

    ????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ????????? ?? ???"? ???? ????????, ???? ?????? ?? ???????? ????? ??????. ?? ???? ???? ????????? ????? ?? ???? ????? ????...

    I have watched my DVD of the movie more than half a dozen times and, as much as I enjoy it each time, I have always thought that something was missing, some key bits of information needed to tie it all together. Well, duh! The book has it all. Not in the tidy, linear progression fro...

    Knew the story and still couldn?t put the book down. The movie barely scratches the surface, as does what I?ve learned about it from other sources. Here?s the full story. Exhaustion, fears, doubts, and all. And Woodward and Bernstein are reporters, not storytellers. Real life...

    I was in high school when Richard Nixon died, but I was young and my interests at that time weren't exceptionally political. My concerns at that time had more to do with Kurt Cobain's death just a few weeks prior. That meant more to me than that Nixon guy. I do remember having breakfas...

  • Trin
    Dec 31, 2017

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

    Romanul de investiga?ie al celor doi reporteri de la Washington Post, Carl Bernstein ?i Bob Woordward, publicat īn Statele Unite īn 1974, a netezit spectrul cu care trebuie privit?, la modul abstract, politica. Afacerea Watergate este cu des?vār?ire cea mai mare problema de p...

    ????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ????????? ?? ???"? ???? ????????, ???? ?????? ?? ???????? ????? ??????. ?? ???? ???? ????????? ????? ?? ???? ????? ????...

    I have watched my DVD of the movie more than half a dozen times and, as much as I enjoy it each time, I have always thought that something was missing, some key bits of information needed to tie it all together. Well, duh! The book has it all. Not in the tidy, linear progression fro...

    Knew the story and still couldn?t put the book down. The movie barely scratches the surface, as does what I?ve learned about it from other sources. Here?s the full story. Exhaustion, fears, doubts, and all. And Woodward and Bernstein are reporters, not storytellers. Real life...

    I was in high school when Richard Nixon died, but I was young and my interests at that time weren't exceptionally political. My concerns at that time had more to do with Kurt Cobain's death just a few weeks prior. That meant more to me than that Nixon guy. I do remember having breakfas...

    I you don't have an extensive background knowledge of this topic (Nixon's presidency, the 1972 elections, who all the president's men actually are), this book might be just a bit too much for you. I felt assaulted by too much data thrown at me in a too fast pace. There were some very i...

    Watergate took time. Watergate took time. Watergate took time. -- Mantra for 2018 ...

  • Ben Kintisch
    Jul 17, 2007

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

    Romanul de investiga?ie al celor doi reporteri de la Washington Post, Carl Bernstein ?i Bob Woordward, publicat īn Statele Unite īn 1974, a netezit spectrul cu care trebuie privit?, la modul abstract, politica. Afacerea Watergate este cu des?vār?ire cea mai mare problema de p...

    ????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ????????? ?? ???"? ???? ????????, ???? ?????? ?? ???????? ????? ??????. ?? ???? ???? ????????? ????? ?? ???? ????? ????...

    I have watched my DVD of the movie more than half a dozen times and, as much as I enjoy it each time, I have always thought that something was missing, some key bits of information needed to tie it all together. Well, duh! The book has it all. Not in the tidy, linear progression fro...

    Knew the story and still couldn?t put the book down. The movie barely scratches the surface, as does what I?ve learned about it from other sources. Here?s the full story. Exhaustion, fears, doubts, and all. And Woodward and Bernstein are reporters, not storytellers. Real life...

    I was in high school when Richard Nixon died, but I was young and my interests at that time weren't exceptionally political. My concerns at that time had more to do with Kurt Cobain's death just a few weeks prior. That meant more to me than that Nixon guy. I do remember having breakfas...

    I you don't have an extensive background knowledge of this topic (Nixon's presidency, the 1972 elections, who all the president's men actually are), this book might be just a bit too much for you. I felt assaulted by too much data thrown at me in a too fast pace. There were some very i...

    Watergate took time. Watergate took time. Watergate took time. -- Mantra for 2018 ...

    Recently read The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump in which Nixon and the Watergate scandal were mentioned frequently and thought maybe it was finally time to read. What struck me the most was how mild the Watergate scandal seems compared to the ethical mess that is the Trump Presidency....

    2018 Reading Challenge: book set during the decade I was born ...

    Such a opportune, marvelous story! I feel like I?m living through great uncertainty, shock and Executive Branch crimes far worse the Watergate. Contemporary nefarious, unprepared, unqualified, lower-IQ characters are getting caught, mostly behind the scenes. Trump is no Nixon but I s...

    Spectacular. Lessons learned from this book: 1. It takes a LOT. OF. People. to run a White House. And a newspaper. This books serves as a great sketch of the procedural sides of being both investigative news journalists and presidential aides. 2. There are very specific things...

    Watergate has been in the news recently because of Trump. I realized that I know next to nothing about Watergate. Being woefully ignorant, my husband and I decided to watch the movie. It was wonderful, and I made a beeline to Amazon to order the book afterwards. Bob Woodward and Car...

    This is such an important story, and it reminded me that unraveling these things takes time and patience. I will say that because it is written almost in real time of the events happening, it's hard to get a handle on the big picture unless you know where it's headed and what it all...

    If everything Bush does makes you queasy, here's a book remedy for your troubled stomach: Learn all about the skeezy Nixon whitehouse! Great spytastic scenes with DeepThroat, the best named secret source ever. Makes you wonder...did Woodward and Bernsteing love porn? Does deepthro...

  • Julie
    Sep 08, 2007

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

  • Jeanette  "Astute Crabbist"
    Apr 24, 2008

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

    Romanul de investiga?ie al celor doi reporteri de la Washington Post, Carl Bernstein ?i Bob Woordward, publicat īn Statele Unite īn 1974, a netezit spectrul cu care trebuie privit?, la modul abstract, politica. Afacerea Watergate este cu des?vār?ire cea mai mare problema de p...

    ????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ????????? ?? ???"? ???? ????????, ???? ?????? ?? ???????? ????? ??????. ?? ???? ???? ????????? ????? ?? ???? ????? ????...

    I have watched my DVD of the movie more than half a dozen times and, as much as I enjoy it each time, I have always thought that something was missing, some key bits of information needed to tie it all together. Well, duh! The book has it all. Not in the tidy, linear progression fro...

    Knew the story and still couldn?t put the book down. The movie barely scratches the surface, as does what I?ve learned about it from other sources. Here?s the full story. Exhaustion, fears, doubts, and all. And Woodward and Bernstein are reporters, not storytellers. Real life...

    I was in high school when Richard Nixon died, but I was young and my interests at that time weren't exceptionally political. My concerns at that time had more to do with Kurt Cobain's death just a few weeks prior. That meant more to me than that Nixon guy. I do remember having breakfas...

    I you don't have an extensive background knowledge of this topic (Nixon's presidency, the 1972 elections, who all the president's men actually are), this book might be just a bit too much for you. I felt assaulted by too much data thrown at me in a too fast pace. There were some very i...

    Watergate took time. Watergate took time. Watergate took time. -- Mantra for 2018 ...

    Recently read The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump in which Nixon and the Watergate scandal were mentioned frequently and thought maybe it was finally time to read. What struck me the most was how mild the Watergate scandal seems compared to the ethical mess that is the Trump Presidency....

    2018 Reading Challenge: book set during the decade I was born ...

    Such a opportune, marvelous story! I feel like I?m living through great uncertainty, shock and Executive Branch crimes far worse the Watergate. Contemporary nefarious, unprepared, unqualified, lower-IQ characters are getting caught, mostly behind the scenes. Trump is no Nixon but I s...

    Spectacular. Lessons learned from this book: 1. It takes a LOT. OF. People. to run a White House. And a newspaper. This books serves as a great sketch of the procedural sides of being both investigative news journalists and presidential aides. 2. There are very specific things...

    Watergate has been in the news recently because of Trump. I realized that I know next to nothing about Watergate. Being woefully ignorant, my husband and I decided to watch the movie. It was wonderful, and I made a beeline to Amazon to order the book afterwards. Bob Woodward and Car...

    This is such an important story, and it reminded me that unraveling these things takes time and patience. I will say that because it is written almost in real time of the events happening, it's hard to get a handle on the big picture unless you know where it's headed and what it all...

    If everything Bush does makes you queasy, here's a book remedy for your troubled stomach: Learn all about the skeezy Nixon whitehouse! Great spytastic scenes with DeepThroat, the best named secret source ever. Makes you wonder...did Woodward and Bernsteing love porn? Does deepthro...

    Here is one of those books that I never caught up with, having seen the Redford/Hoffman movie version. The 40th anniversary of original publication of 'All The President's Men' is almost here, and I finally catch up on Bernstein and Woodward's Pulitzer winner. Not before time, indeed! ...

    Such an important book to read in the current global context. ...

    Keuletan, kegigihan dan ketekunan pasti akan membuahkan hasil. Itulah yang dilakukan duo wartawan Washington Post, Carl Bernstein & Bob Woodward. Walaupun kepribadian mereka berdua bertolak belakang, sering berselisih pendapat, tetapi tidak menggoyahkan kekuatan tim mereka utk sali...

    I picked this book up out of a sense of depression about our current national politics. I thought I knew the story of Watergate, but it turns out that what I knew barely scratched the surface. The book is tightly written, so tightly that sometimes it seems cursory. The first 50 pages a...

    I was only a toddler when Watergate happened, and so I grew up hearing about it during history lessons. So, I thought I would have nothing new to learn about Watergate when I read this book at the urging of a friend. This book is an account of the reporting by Bob Woodward and Ca...

    This quintessential tale of investigative journalism is told in third person by the two reporters for the Washington Post who took a minor local break-in item and delved deep into the cellars of the White House. Of course, other publications were on the story and sometimes scooped them...

    When I first read the book years ago, I considered Woodward and Bernstein to be serious journalists and national heroes. Having read All the President's Men this month, I now view Woodward and Bernstein as pranksters who brought down the national government. They are still heroes, thou...

    This was the first hand report of the incredible Watergate break in. The story was confusing and I was not able to appreciate all of what they uncovered until much later. I saw the movie after reading the book and I was able to make more sense of the events after that. Woodward and...

    Many years ago (MANY years!), I was visiting my grandmother in Boston. She took me to see this movie, and I immediately got her to buy me the book. I was fourteen years old at the time, and was thoroughly gripped by this book. I think that says a lot for the book, because up until that...

  • Bettieā˜Æ
    Feb 17, 2010

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

  • Sherri
    Apr 19, 2011

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

    Romanul de investiga?ie al celor doi reporteri de la Washington Post, Carl Bernstein ?i Bob Woordward, publicat īn Statele Unite īn 1974, a netezit spectrul cu care trebuie privit?, la modul abstract, politica. Afacerea Watergate este cu des?vār?ire cea mai mare problema de p...

    ????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ????????? ?? ???"? ???? ????????, ???? ?????? ?? ???????? ????? ??????. ?? ???? ???? ????????? ????? ?? ???? ????? ????...

    I have watched my DVD of the movie more than half a dozen times and, as much as I enjoy it each time, I have always thought that something was missing, some key bits of information needed to tie it all together. Well, duh! The book has it all. Not in the tidy, linear progression fro...

    Knew the story and still couldn?t put the book down. The movie barely scratches the surface, as does what I?ve learned about it from other sources. Here?s the full story. Exhaustion, fears, doubts, and all. And Woodward and Bernstein are reporters, not storytellers. Real life...

    I was in high school when Richard Nixon died, but I was young and my interests at that time weren't exceptionally political. My concerns at that time had more to do with Kurt Cobain's death just a few weeks prior. That meant more to me than that Nixon guy. I do remember having breakfas...

    I you don't have an extensive background knowledge of this topic (Nixon's presidency, the 1972 elections, who all the president's men actually are), this book might be just a bit too much for you. I felt assaulted by too much data thrown at me in a too fast pace. There were some very i...

    Watergate took time. Watergate took time. Watergate took time. -- Mantra for 2018 ...

    Recently read The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump in which Nixon and the Watergate scandal were mentioned frequently and thought maybe it was finally time to read. What struck me the most was how mild the Watergate scandal seems compared to the ethical mess that is the Trump Presidency....

    2018 Reading Challenge: book set during the decade I was born ...

    Such a opportune, marvelous story! I feel like I?m living through great uncertainty, shock and Executive Branch crimes far worse the Watergate. Contemporary nefarious, unprepared, unqualified, lower-IQ characters are getting caught, mostly behind the scenes. Trump is no Nixon but I s...

    Spectacular. Lessons learned from this book: 1. It takes a LOT. OF. People. to run a White House. And a newspaper. This books serves as a great sketch of the procedural sides of being both investigative news journalists and presidential aides. 2. There are very specific things...

    Watergate has been in the news recently because of Trump. I realized that I know next to nothing about Watergate. Being woefully ignorant, my husband and I decided to watch the movie. It was wonderful, and I made a beeline to Amazon to order the book afterwards. Bob Woodward and Car...

    This is such an important story, and it reminded me that unraveling these things takes time and patience. I will say that because it is written almost in real time of the events happening, it's hard to get a handle on the big picture unless you know where it's headed and what it all...

    If everything Bush does makes you queasy, here's a book remedy for your troubled stomach: Learn all about the skeezy Nixon whitehouse! Great spytastic scenes with DeepThroat, the best named secret source ever. Makes you wonder...did Woodward and Bernsteing love porn? Does deepthro...

    Here is one of those books that I never caught up with, having seen the Redford/Hoffman movie version. The 40th anniversary of original publication of 'All The President's Men' is almost here, and I finally catch up on Bernstein and Woodward's Pulitzer winner. Not before time, indeed! ...

    Such an important book to read in the current global context. ...

    Keuletan, kegigihan dan ketekunan pasti akan membuahkan hasil. Itulah yang dilakukan duo wartawan Washington Post, Carl Bernstein & Bob Woodward. Walaupun kepribadian mereka berdua bertolak belakang, sering berselisih pendapat, tetapi tidak menggoyahkan kekuatan tim mereka utk sali...

    I picked this book up out of a sense of depression about our current national politics. I thought I knew the story of Watergate, but it turns out that what I knew barely scratched the surface. The book is tightly written, so tightly that sometimes it seems cursory. The first 50 pages a...

    I was only a toddler when Watergate happened, and so I grew up hearing about it during history lessons. So, I thought I would have nothing new to learn about Watergate when I read this book at the urging of a friend. This book is an account of the reporting by Bob Woodward and Ca...

  • Dennis
    Sep 23, 2010

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

  • Pete daPixie
    Apr 18, 2013

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

    Romanul de investiga?ie al celor doi reporteri de la Washington Post, Carl Bernstein ?i Bob Woordward, publicat īn Statele Unite īn 1974, a netezit spectrul cu care trebuie privit?, la modul abstract, politica. Afacerea Watergate este cu des?vār?ire cea mai mare problema de p...

    ????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ????????? ?? ???"? ???? ????????, ???? ?????? ?? ???????? ????? ??????. ?? ???? ???? ????????? ????? ?? ???? ????? ????...

    I have watched my DVD of the movie more than half a dozen times and, as much as I enjoy it each time, I have always thought that something was missing, some key bits of information needed to tie it all together. Well, duh! The book has it all. Not in the tidy, linear progression fro...

    Knew the story and still couldn?t put the book down. The movie barely scratches the surface, as does what I?ve learned about it from other sources. Here?s the full story. Exhaustion, fears, doubts, and all. And Woodward and Bernstein are reporters, not storytellers. Real life...

    I was in high school when Richard Nixon died, but I was young and my interests at that time weren't exceptionally political. My concerns at that time had more to do with Kurt Cobain's death just a few weeks prior. That meant more to me than that Nixon guy. I do remember having breakfas...

    I you don't have an extensive background knowledge of this topic (Nixon's presidency, the 1972 elections, who all the president's men actually are), this book might be just a bit too much for you. I felt assaulted by too much data thrown at me in a too fast pace. There were some very i...

    Watergate took time. Watergate took time. Watergate took time. -- Mantra for 2018 ...

    Recently read The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump in which Nixon and the Watergate scandal were mentioned frequently and thought maybe it was finally time to read. What struck me the most was how mild the Watergate scandal seems compared to the ethical mess that is the Trump Presidency....

    2018 Reading Challenge: book set during the decade I was born ...

    Such a opportune, marvelous story! I feel like I?m living through great uncertainty, shock and Executive Branch crimes far worse the Watergate. Contemporary nefarious, unprepared, unqualified, lower-IQ characters are getting caught, mostly behind the scenes. Trump is no Nixon but I s...

    Spectacular. Lessons learned from this book: 1. It takes a LOT. OF. People. to run a White House. And a newspaper. This books serves as a great sketch of the procedural sides of being both investigative news journalists and presidential aides. 2. There are very specific things...

    Watergate has been in the news recently because of Trump. I realized that I know next to nothing about Watergate. Being woefully ignorant, my husband and I decided to watch the movie. It was wonderful, and I made a beeline to Amazon to order the book afterwards. Bob Woodward and Car...

    This is such an important story, and it reminded me that unraveling these things takes time and patience. I will say that because it is written almost in real time of the events happening, it's hard to get a handle on the big picture unless you know where it's headed and what it all...

    If everything Bush does makes you queasy, here's a book remedy for your troubled stomach: Learn all about the skeezy Nixon whitehouse! Great spytastic scenes with DeepThroat, the best named secret source ever. Makes you wonder...did Woodward and Bernsteing love porn? Does deepthro...

    Here is one of those books that I never caught up with, having seen the Redford/Hoffman movie version. The 40th anniversary of original publication of 'All The President's Men' is almost here, and I finally catch up on Bernstein and Woodward's Pulitzer winner. Not before time, indeed! ...

  • Bailey
    Aug 04, 2017

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

    Romanul de investiga?ie al celor doi reporteri de la Washington Post, Carl Bernstein ?i Bob Woordward, publicat īn Statele Unite īn 1974, a netezit spectrul cu care trebuie privit?, la modul abstract, politica. Afacerea Watergate este cu des?vār?ire cea mai mare problema de p...

    ????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ????????? ?? ???"? ???? ????????, ???? ?????? ?? ???????? ????? ??????. ?? ???? ???? ????????? ????? ?? ???? ????? ????...

    I have watched my DVD of the movie more than half a dozen times and, as much as I enjoy it each time, I have always thought that something was missing, some key bits of information needed to tie it all together. Well, duh! The book has it all. Not in the tidy, linear progression fro...

    Knew the story and still couldn?t put the book down. The movie barely scratches the surface, as does what I?ve learned about it from other sources. Here?s the full story. Exhaustion, fears, doubts, and all. And Woodward and Bernstein are reporters, not storytellers. Real life...

    I was in high school when Richard Nixon died, but I was young and my interests at that time weren't exceptionally political. My concerns at that time had more to do with Kurt Cobain's death just a few weeks prior. That meant more to me than that Nixon guy. I do remember having breakfas...

    I you don't have an extensive background knowledge of this topic (Nixon's presidency, the 1972 elections, who all the president's men actually are), this book might be just a bit too much for you. I felt assaulted by too much data thrown at me in a too fast pace. There were some very i...

    Watergate took time. Watergate took time. Watergate took time. -- Mantra for 2018 ...

    Recently read The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump in which Nixon and the Watergate scandal were mentioned frequently and thought maybe it was finally time to read. What struck me the most was how mild the Watergate scandal seems compared to the ethical mess that is the Trump Presidency....

    2018 Reading Challenge: book set during the decade I was born ...

    Such a opportune, marvelous story! I feel like I?m living through great uncertainty, shock and Executive Branch crimes far worse the Watergate. Contemporary nefarious, unprepared, unqualified, lower-IQ characters are getting caught, mostly behind the scenes. Trump is no Nixon but I s...

    Spectacular. Lessons learned from this book: 1. It takes a LOT. OF. People. to run a White House. And a newspaper. This books serves as a great sketch of the procedural sides of being both investigative news journalists and presidential aides. 2. There are very specific things...

    Watergate has been in the news recently because of Trump. I realized that I know next to nothing about Watergate. Being woefully ignorant, my husband and I decided to watch the movie. It was wonderful, and I made a beeline to Amazon to order the book afterwards. Bob Woodward and Car...

    This is such an important story, and it reminded me that unraveling these things takes time and patience. I will say that because it is written almost in real time of the events happening, it's hard to get a handle on the big picture unless you know where it's headed and what it all...

  • Katherine 黄ēˆ±čŠ¬
    Feb 29, 2016

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

    Romanul de investiga?ie al celor doi reporteri de la Washington Post, Carl Bernstein ?i Bob Woordward, publicat īn Statele Unite īn 1974, a netezit spectrul cu care trebuie privit?, la modul abstract, politica. Afacerea Watergate este cu des?vār?ire cea mai mare problema de p...

    ????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ????????? ?? ???"? ???? ????????, ???? ?????? ?? ???????? ????? ??????. ?? ???? ???? ????????? ????? ?? ???? ????? ????...

    I have watched my DVD of the movie more than half a dozen times and, as much as I enjoy it each time, I have always thought that something was missing, some key bits of information needed to tie it all together. Well, duh! The book has it all. Not in the tidy, linear progression fro...

    Knew the story and still couldn?t put the book down. The movie barely scratches the surface, as does what I?ve learned about it from other sources. Here?s the full story. Exhaustion, fears, doubts, and all. And Woodward and Bernstein are reporters, not storytellers. Real life...

    I was in high school when Richard Nixon died, but I was young and my interests at that time weren't exceptionally political. My concerns at that time had more to do with Kurt Cobain's death just a few weeks prior. That meant more to me than that Nixon guy. I do remember having breakfas...

    I you don't have an extensive background knowledge of this topic (Nixon's presidency, the 1972 elections, who all the president's men actually are), this book might be just a bit too much for you. I felt assaulted by too much data thrown at me in a too fast pace. There were some very i...

    Watergate took time. Watergate took time. Watergate took time. -- Mantra for 2018 ...

    Recently read The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump in which Nixon and the Watergate scandal were mentioned frequently and thought maybe it was finally time to read. What struck me the most was how mild the Watergate scandal seems compared to the ethical mess that is the Trump Presidency....

    2018 Reading Challenge: book set during the decade I was born ...

    Such a opportune, marvelous story! I feel like I?m living through great uncertainty, shock and Executive Branch crimes far worse the Watergate. Contemporary nefarious, unprepared, unqualified, lower-IQ characters are getting caught, mostly behind the scenes. Trump is no Nixon but I s...

    Spectacular. Lessons learned from this book: 1. It takes a LOT. OF. People. to run a White House. And a newspaper. This books serves as a great sketch of the procedural sides of being both investigative news journalists and presidential aides. 2. There are very specific things...

    Watergate has been in the news recently because of Trump. I realized that I know next to nothing about Watergate. Being woefully ignorant, my husband and I decided to watch the movie. It was wonderful, and I made a beeline to Amazon to order the book afterwards. Bob Woodward and Car...

    This is such an important story, and it reminded me that unraveling these things takes time and patience. I will say that because it is written almost in real time of the events happening, it's hard to get a handle on the big picture unless you know where it's headed and what it all...

    If everything Bush does makes you queasy, here's a book remedy for your troubled stomach: Learn all about the skeezy Nixon whitehouse! Great spytastic scenes with DeepThroat, the best named secret source ever. Makes you wonder...did Woodward and Bernsteing love porn? Does deepthro...

    Here is one of those books that I never caught up with, having seen the Redford/Hoffman movie version. The 40th anniversary of original publication of 'All The President's Men' is almost here, and I finally catch up on Bernstein and Woodward's Pulitzer winner. Not before time, indeed! ...

    Such an important book to read in the current global context. ...

    Keuletan, kegigihan dan ketekunan pasti akan membuahkan hasil. Itulah yang dilakukan duo wartawan Washington Post, Carl Bernstein & Bob Woodward. Walaupun kepribadian mereka berdua bertolak belakang, sering berselisih pendapat, tetapi tidak menggoyahkan kekuatan tim mereka utk sali...

  • Furrawn
    Mar 23, 2017

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

    Romanul de investiga?ie al celor doi reporteri de la Washington Post, Carl Bernstein ?i Bob Woordward, publicat īn Statele Unite īn 1974, a netezit spectrul cu care trebuie privit?, la modul abstract, politica. Afacerea Watergate este cu des?vār?ire cea mai mare problema de p...

    ????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ????????? ?? ???"? ???? ????????, ???? ?????? ?? ???????? ????? ??????. ?? ???? ???? ????????? ????? ?? ???? ????? ????...

    I have watched my DVD of the movie more than half a dozen times and, as much as I enjoy it each time, I have always thought that something was missing, some key bits of information needed to tie it all together. Well, duh! The book has it all. Not in the tidy, linear progression fro...

    Knew the story and still couldn?t put the book down. The movie barely scratches the surface, as does what I?ve learned about it from other sources. Here?s the full story. Exhaustion, fears, doubts, and all. And Woodward and Bernstein are reporters, not storytellers. Real life...

    I was in high school when Richard Nixon died, but I was young and my interests at that time weren't exceptionally political. My concerns at that time had more to do with Kurt Cobain's death just a few weeks prior. That meant more to me than that Nixon guy. I do remember having breakfas...

    I you don't have an extensive background knowledge of this topic (Nixon's presidency, the 1972 elections, who all the president's men actually are), this book might be just a bit too much for you. I felt assaulted by too much data thrown at me in a too fast pace. There were some very i...

    Watergate took time. Watergate took time. Watergate took time. -- Mantra for 2018 ...

    Recently read The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump in which Nixon and the Watergate scandal were mentioned frequently and thought maybe it was finally time to read. What struck me the most was how mild the Watergate scandal seems compared to the ethical mess that is the Trump Presidency....

    2018 Reading Challenge: book set during the decade I was born ...

    Such a opportune, marvelous story! I feel like I?m living through great uncertainty, shock and Executive Branch crimes far worse the Watergate. Contemporary nefarious, unprepared, unqualified, lower-IQ characters are getting caught, mostly behind the scenes. Trump is no Nixon but I s...

    Spectacular. Lessons learned from this book: 1. It takes a LOT. OF. People. to run a White House. And a newspaper. This books serves as a great sketch of the procedural sides of being both investigative news journalists and presidential aides. 2. There are very specific things...

    Watergate has been in the news recently because of Trump. I realized that I know next to nothing about Watergate. Being woefully ignorant, my husband and I decided to watch the movie. It was wonderful, and I made a beeline to Amazon to order the book afterwards. Bob Woodward and Car...

  • Mary
    Jan 14, 2018

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

    Romanul de investiga?ie al celor doi reporteri de la Washington Post, Carl Bernstein ?i Bob Woordward, publicat īn Statele Unite īn 1974, a netezit spectrul cu care trebuie privit?, la modul abstract, politica. Afacerea Watergate este cu des?vār?ire cea mai mare problema de p...

    ????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ????????? ?? ???"? ???? ????????, ???? ?????? ?? ???????? ????? ??????. ?? ???? ???? ????????? ????? ?? ???? ????? ????...

    I have watched my DVD of the movie more than half a dozen times and, as much as I enjoy it each time, I have always thought that something was missing, some key bits of information needed to tie it all together. Well, duh! The book has it all. Not in the tidy, linear progression fro...

    Knew the story and still couldn?t put the book down. The movie barely scratches the surface, as does what I?ve learned about it from other sources. Here?s the full story. Exhaustion, fears, doubts, and all. And Woodward and Bernstein are reporters, not storytellers. Real life...

    I was in high school when Richard Nixon died, but I was young and my interests at that time weren't exceptionally political. My concerns at that time had more to do with Kurt Cobain's death just a few weeks prior. That meant more to me than that Nixon guy. I do remember having breakfas...

    I you don't have an extensive background knowledge of this topic (Nixon's presidency, the 1972 elections, who all the president's men actually are), this book might be just a bit too much for you. I felt assaulted by too much data thrown at me in a too fast pace. There were some very i...

    Watergate took time. Watergate took time. Watergate took time. -- Mantra for 2018 ...

    Recently read The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump in which Nixon and the Watergate scandal were mentioned frequently and thought maybe it was finally time to read. What struck me the most was how mild the Watergate scandal seems compared to the ethical mess that is the Trump Presidency....

    2018 Reading Challenge: book set during the decade I was born ...

    Such a opportune, marvelous story! I feel like I?m living through great uncertainty, shock and Executive Branch crimes far worse the Watergate. Contemporary nefarious, unprepared, unqualified, lower-IQ characters are getting caught, mostly behind the scenes. Trump is no Nixon but I s...

  • Delee
    Feb 12, 2018

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

  • BAM The Bibliomaniac
    Mar 24, 2018

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

    Romanul de investiga?ie al celor doi reporteri de la Washington Post, Carl Bernstein ?i Bob Woordward, publicat īn Statele Unite īn 1974, a netezit spectrul cu care trebuie privit?, la modul abstract, politica. Afacerea Watergate este cu des?vār?ire cea mai mare problema de p...

    ????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ????????? ?? ???"? ???? ????????, ???? ?????? ?? ???????? ????? ??????. ?? ???? ???? ????????? ????? ?? ???? ????? ????...

    I have watched my DVD of the movie more than half a dozen times and, as much as I enjoy it each time, I have always thought that something was missing, some key bits of information needed to tie it all together. Well, duh! The book has it all. Not in the tidy, linear progression fro...

    Knew the story and still couldn?t put the book down. The movie barely scratches the surface, as does what I?ve learned about it from other sources. Here?s the full story. Exhaustion, fears, doubts, and all. And Woodward and Bernstein are reporters, not storytellers. Real life...

    I was in high school when Richard Nixon died, but I was young and my interests at that time weren't exceptionally political. My concerns at that time had more to do with Kurt Cobain's death just a few weeks prior. That meant more to me than that Nixon guy. I do remember having breakfas...

    I you don't have an extensive background knowledge of this topic (Nixon's presidency, the 1972 elections, who all the president's men actually are), this book might be just a bit too much for you. I felt assaulted by too much data thrown at me in a too fast pace. There were some very i...

    Watergate took time. Watergate took time. Watergate took time. -- Mantra for 2018 ...

    Recently read The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump in which Nixon and the Watergate scandal were mentioned frequently and thought maybe it was finally time to read. What struck me the most was how mild the Watergate scandal seems compared to the ethical mess that is the Trump Presidency....

    2018 Reading Challenge: book set during the decade I was born ...

  • Carolien
    Nov 09, 2015

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

    Romanul de investiga?ie al celor doi reporteri de la Washington Post, Carl Bernstein ?i Bob Woordward, publicat īn Statele Unite īn 1974, a netezit spectrul cu care trebuie privit?, la modul abstract, politica. Afacerea Watergate este cu des?vār?ire cea mai mare problema de p...

    ????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ????????? ?? ???"? ???? ????????, ???? ?????? ?? ???????? ????? ??????. ?? ???? ???? ????????? ????? ?? ???? ????? ????...

    I have watched my DVD of the movie more than half a dozen times and, as much as I enjoy it each time, I have always thought that something was missing, some key bits of information needed to tie it all together. Well, duh! The book has it all. Not in the tidy, linear progression fro...

    Knew the story and still couldn?t put the book down. The movie barely scratches the surface, as does what I?ve learned about it from other sources. Here?s the full story. Exhaustion, fears, doubts, and all. And Woodward and Bernstein are reporters, not storytellers. Real life...

    I was in high school when Richard Nixon died, but I was young and my interests at that time weren't exceptionally political. My concerns at that time had more to do with Kurt Cobain's death just a few weeks prior. That meant more to me than that Nixon guy. I do remember having breakfas...

    I you don't have an extensive background knowledge of this topic (Nixon's presidency, the 1972 elections, who all the president's men actually are), this book might be just a bit too much for you. I felt assaulted by too much data thrown at me in a too fast pace. There were some very i...

    Watergate took time. Watergate took time. Watergate took time. -- Mantra for 2018 ...

    Recently read The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump in which Nixon and the Watergate scandal were mentioned frequently and thought maybe it was finally time to read. What struck me the most was how mild the Watergate scandal seems compared to the ethical mess that is the Trump Presidency....

    2018 Reading Challenge: book set during the decade I was born ...

    Such a opportune, marvelous story! I feel like I?m living through great uncertainty, shock and Executive Branch crimes far worse the Watergate. Contemporary nefarious, unprepared, unqualified, lower-IQ characters are getting caught, mostly behind the scenes. Trump is no Nixon but I s...

    Spectacular. Lessons learned from this book: 1. It takes a LOT. OF. People. to run a White House. And a newspaper. This books serves as a great sketch of the procedural sides of being both investigative news journalists and presidential aides. 2. There are very specific things...

    Watergate has been in the news recently because of Trump. I realized that I know next to nothing about Watergate. Being woefully ignorant, my husband and I decided to watch the movie. It was wonderful, and I made a beeline to Amazon to order the book afterwards. Bob Woodward and Car...

    This is such an important story, and it reminded me that unraveling these things takes time and patience. I will say that because it is written almost in real time of the events happening, it's hard to get a handle on the big picture unless you know where it's headed and what it all...

    If everything Bush does makes you queasy, here's a book remedy for your troubled stomach: Learn all about the skeezy Nixon whitehouse! Great spytastic scenes with DeepThroat, the best named secret source ever. Makes you wonder...did Woodward and Bernsteing love porn? Does deepthro...

    Here is one of those books that I never caught up with, having seen the Redford/Hoffman movie version. The 40th anniversary of original publication of 'All The President's Men' is almost here, and I finally catch up on Bernstein and Woodward's Pulitzer winner. Not before time, indeed! ...

    Such an important book to read in the current global context. ...

  • Amanda
    Jun 30, 2015

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

  • Vicki
    Feb 21, 2016

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

    Romanul de investiga?ie al celor doi reporteri de la Washington Post, Carl Bernstein ?i Bob Woordward, publicat īn Statele Unite īn 1974, a netezit spectrul cu care trebuie privit?, la modul abstract, politica. Afacerea Watergate este cu des?vār?ire cea mai mare problema de p...

    ????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ????????? ?? ???"? ???? ????????, ???? ?????? ?? ???????? ????? ??????. ?? ???? ???? ????????? ????? ?? ???? ????? ????...

    I have watched my DVD of the movie more than half a dozen times and, as much as I enjoy it each time, I have always thought that something was missing, some key bits of information needed to tie it all together. Well, duh! The book has it all. Not in the tidy, linear progression fro...

    Knew the story and still couldn?t put the book down. The movie barely scratches the surface, as does what I?ve learned about it from other sources. Here?s the full story. Exhaustion, fears, doubts, and all. And Woodward and Bernstein are reporters, not storytellers. Real life...

    I was in high school when Richard Nixon died, but I was young and my interests at that time weren't exceptionally political. My concerns at that time had more to do with Kurt Cobain's death just a few weeks prior. That meant more to me than that Nixon guy. I do remember having breakfas...

    I you don't have an extensive background knowledge of this topic (Nixon's presidency, the 1972 elections, who all the president's men actually are), this book might be just a bit too much for you. I felt assaulted by too much data thrown at me in a too fast pace. There were some very i...

    Watergate took time. Watergate took time. Watergate took time. -- Mantra for 2018 ...

    Recently read The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump in which Nixon and the Watergate scandal were mentioned frequently and thought maybe it was finally time to read. What struck me the most was how mild the Watergate scandal seems compared to the ethical mess that is the Trump Presidency....

    2018 Reading Challenge: book set during the decade I was born ...

    Such a opportune, marvelous story! I feel like I?m living through great uncertainty, shock and Executive Branch crimes far worse the Watergate. Contemporary nefarious, unprepared, unqualified, lower-IQ characters are getting caught, mostly behind the scenes. Trump is no Nixon but I s...

    Spectacular. Lessons learned from this book: 1. It takes a LOT. OF. People. to run a White House. And a newspaper. This books serves as a great sketch of the procedural sides of being both investigative news journalists and presidential aides. 2. There are very specific things...

    Watergate has been in the news recently because of Trump. I realized that I know next to nothing about Watergate. Being woefully ignorant, my husband and I decided to watch the movie. It was wonderful, and I made a beeline to Amazon to order the book afterwards. Bob Woodward and Car...

    This is such an important story, and it reminded me that unraveling these things takes time and patience. I will say that because it is written almost in real time of the events happening, it's hard to get a handle on the big picture unless you know where it's headed and what it all...

    If everything Bush does makes you queasy, here's a book remedy for your troubled stomach: Learn all about the skeezy Nixon whitehouse! Great spytastic scenes with DeepThroat, the best named secret source ever. Makes you wonder...did Woodward and Bernsteing love porn? Does deepthro...

    Here is one of those books that I never caught up with, having seen the Redford/Hoffman movie version. The 40th anniversary of original publication of 'All The President's Men' is almost here, and I finally catch up on Bernstein and Woodward's Pulitzer winner. Not before time, indeed! ...

    Such an important book to read in the current global context. ...

    Keuletan, kegigihan dan ketekunan pasti akan membuahkan hasil. Itulah yang dilakukan duo wartawan Washington Post, Carl Bernstein & Bob Woodward. Walaupun kepribadian mereka berdua bertolak belakang, sering berselisih pendapat, tetapi tidak menggoyahkan kekuatan tim mereka utk sali...

    I picked this book up out of a sense of depression about our current national politics. I thought I knew the story of Watergate, but it turns out that what I knew barely scratched the surface. The book is tightly written, so tightly that sometimes it seems cursory. The first 50 pages a...

    I was only a toddler when Watergate happened, and so I grew up hearing about it during history lessons. So, I thought I would have nothing new to learn about Watergate when I read this book at the urging of a friend. This book is an account of the reporting by Bob Woodward and Ca...

    This quintessential tale of investigative journalism is told in third person by the two reporters for the Washington Post who took a minor local break-in item and delved deep into the cellars of the White House. Of course, other publications were on the story and sometimes scooped them...

    When I first read the book years ago, I considered Woodward and Bernstein to be serious journalists and national heroes. Having read All the President's Men this month, I now view Woodward and Bernstein as pranksters who brought down the national government. They are still heroes, thou...

    This was the first hand report of the incredible Watergate break in. The story was confusing and I was not able to appreciate all of what they uncovered until much later. I saw the movie after reading the book and I was able to make more sense of the events after that. Woodward and...

  • KatieMc
    Jul 25, 2014

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

  • Shaun
    Mar 04, 2018

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

    Romanul de investiga?ie al celor doi reporteri de la Washington Post, Carl Bernstein ?i Bob Woordward, publicat īn Statele Unite īn 1974, a netezit spectrul cu care trebuie privit?, la modul abstract, politica. Afacerea Watergate este cu des?vār?ire cea mai mare problema de p...

    ????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ????????? ?? ???"? ???? ????????, ???? ?????? ?? ???????? ????? ??????. ?? ???? ???? ????????? ????? ?? ???? ????? ????...

    I have watched my DVD of the movie more than half a dozen times and, as much as I enjoy it each time, I have always thought that something was missing, some key bits of information needed to tie it all together. Well, duh! The book has it all. Not in the tidy, linear progression fro...

    Knew the story and still couldn?t put the book down. The movie barely scratches the surface, as does what I?ve learned about it from other sources. Here?s the full story. Exhaustion, fears, doubts, and all. And Woodward and Bernstein are reporters, not storytellers. Real life...

    I was in high school when Richard Nixon died, but I was young and my interests at that time weren't exceptionally political. My concerns at that time had more to do with Kurt Cobain's death just a few weeks prior. That meant more to me than that Nixon guy. I do remember having breakfas...

    I you don't have an extensive background knowledge of this topic (Nixon's presidency, the 1972 elections, who all the president's men actually are), this book might be just a bit too much for you. I felt assaulted by too much data thrown at me in a too fast pace. There were some very i...

    Watergate took time. Watergate took time. Watergate took time. -- Mantra for 2018 ...

    Recently read The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump in which Nixon and the Watergate scandal were mentioned frequently and thought maybe it was finally time to read. What struck me the most was how mild the Watergate scandal seems compared to the ethical mess that is the Trump Presidency....

  • Samanta
    Jan 13, 2017

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

    Romanul de investiga?ie al celor doi reporteri de la Washington Post, Carl Bernstein ?i Bob Woordward, publicat īn Statele Unite īn 1974, a netezit spectrul cu care trebuie privit?, la modul abstract, politica. Afacerea Watergate este cu des?vār?ire cea mai mare problema de p...

    ????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ????????? ?? ???"? ???? ????????, ???? ?????? ?? ???????? ????? ??????. ?? ???? ???? ????????? ????? ?? ???? ????? ????...

    I have watched my DVD of the movie more than half a dozen times and, as much as I enjoy it each time, I have always thought that something was missing, some key bits of information needed to tie it all together. Well, duh! The book has it all. Not in the tidy, linear progression fro...

    Knew the story and still couldn?t put the book down. The movie barely scratches the surface, as does what I?ve learned about it from other sources. Here?s the full story. Exhaustion, fears, doubts, and all. And Woodward and Bernstein are reporters, not storytellers. Real life...

    I was in high school when Richard Nixon died, but I was young and my interests at that time weren't exceptionally political. My concerns at that time had more to do with Kurt Cobain's death just a few weeks prior. That meant more to me than that Nixon guy. I do remember having breakfas...

    I you don't have an extensive background knowledge of this topic (Nixon's presidency, the 1972 elections, who all the president's men actually are), this book might be just a bit too much for you. I felt assaulted by too much data thrown at me in a too fast pace. There were some very i...

  • The Just-About-Cocky Ms M
    Sep 15, 2016

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

    Romanul de investiga?ie al celor doi reporteri de la Washington Post, Carl Bernstein ?i Bob Woordward, publicat īn Statele Unite īn 1974, a netezit spectrul cu care trebuie privit?, la modul abstract, politica. Afacerea Watergate este cu des?vār?ire cea mai mare problema de p...

    ????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ????????? ?? ???"? ???? ????????, ???? ?????? ?? ???????? ????? ??????. ?? ???? ???? ????????? ????? ?? ???? ????? ????...

    I have watched my DVD of the movie more than half a dozen times and, as much as I enjoy it each time, I have always thought that something was missing, some key bits of information needed to tie it all together. Well, duh! The book has it all. Not in the tidy, linear progression fro...

  • Aaron Finestone
    Sep 30, 2014

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

    Romanul de investiga?ie al celor doi reporteri de la Washington Post, Carl Bernstein ?i Bob Woordward, publicat īn Statele Unite īn 1974, a netezit spectrul cu care trebuie privit?, la modul abstract, politica. Afacerea Watergate este cu des?vār?ire cea mai mare problema de p...

    ????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ????????? ?? ???"? ???? ????????, ???? ?????? ?? ???????? ????? ??????. ?? ???? ???? ????????? ????? ?? ???? ????? ????...

    I have watched my DVD of the movie more than half a dozen times and, as much as I enjoy it each time, I have always thought that something was missing, some key bits of information needed to tie it all together. Well, duh! The book has it all. Not in the tidy, linear progression fro...

    Knew the story and still couldn?t put the book down. The movie barely scratches the surface, as does what I?ve learned about it from other sources. Here?s the full story. Exhaustion, fears, doubts, and all. And Woodward and Bernstein are reporters, not storytellers. Real life...

    I was in high school when Richard Nixon died, but I was young and my interests at that time weren't exceptionally political. My concerns at that time had more to do with Kurt Cobain's death just a few weeks prior. That meant more to me than that Nixon guy. I do remember having breakfas...

    I you don't have an extensive background knowledge of this topic (Nixon's presidency, the 1972 elections, who all the president's men actually are), this book might be just a bit too much for you. I felt assaulted by too much data thrown at me in a too fast pace. There were some very i...

    Watergate took time. Watergate took time. Watergate took time. -- Mantra for 2018 ...

    Recently read The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump in which Nixon and the Watergate scandal were mentioned frequently and thought maybe it was finally time to read. What struck me the most was how mild the Watergate scandal seems compared to the ethical mess that is the Trump Presidency....

    2018 Reading Challenge: book set during the decade I was born ...

    Such a opportune, marvelous story! I feel like I?m living through great uncertainty, shock and Executive Branch crimes far worse the Watergate. Contemporary nefarious, unprepared, unqualified, lower-IQ characters are getting caught, mostly behind the scenes. Trump is no Nixon but I s...

    Spectacular. Lessons learned from this book: 1. It takes a LOT. OF. People. to run a White House. And a newspaper. This books serves as a great sketch of the procedural sides of being both investigative news journalists and presidential aides. 2. There are very specific things...

    Watergate has been in the news recently because of Trump. I realized that I know next to nothing about Watergate. Being woefully ignorant, my husband and I decided to watch the movie. It was wonderful, and I made a beeline to Amazon to order the book afterwards. Bob Woodward and Car...

    This is such an important story, and it reminded me that unraveling these things takes time and patience. I will say that because it is written almost in real time of the events happening, it's hard to get a handle on the big picture unless you know where it's headed and what it all...

    If everything Bush does makes you queasy, here's a book remedy for your troubled stomach: Learn all about the skeezy Nixon whitehouse! Great spytastic scenes with DeepThroat, the best named secret source ever. Makes you wonder...did Woodward and Bernsteing love porn? Does deepthro...

    Here is one of those books that I never caught up with, having seen the Redford/Hoffman movie version. The 40th anniversary of original publication of 'All The President's Men' is almost here, and I finally catch up on Bernstein and Woodward's Pulitzer winner. Not before time, indeed! ...

    Such an important book to read in the current global context. ...

    Keuletan, kegigihan dan ketekunan pasti akan membuahkan hasil. Itulah yang dilakukan duo wartawan Washington Post, Carl Bernstein & Bob Woodward. Walaupun kepribadian mereka berdua bertolak belakang, sering berselisih pendapat, tetapi tidak menggoyahkan kekuatan tim mereka utk sali...

    I picked this book up out of a sense of depression about our current national politics. I thought I knew the story of Watergate, but it turns out that what I knew barely scratched the surface. The book is tightly written, so tightly that sometimes it seems cursory. The first 50 pages a...

    I was only a toddler when Watergate happened, and so I grew up hearing about it during history lessons. So, I thought I would have nothing new to learn about Watergate when I read this book at the urging of a friend. This book is an account of the reporting by Bob Woodward and Ca...

    This quintessential tale of investigative journalism is told in third person by the two reporters for the Washington Post who took a minor local break-in item and delved deep into the cellars of the White House. Of course, other publications were on the story and sometimes scooped them...

    When I first read the book years ago, I considered Woodward and Bernstein to be serious journalists and national heroes. Having read All the President's Men this month, I now view Woodward and Bernstein as pranksters who brought down the national government. They are still heroes, thou...

  • Clare O'Beara
    Sep 11, 2016

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

    Romanul de investiga?ie al celor doi reporteri de la Washington Post, Carl Bernstein ?i Bob Woordward, publicat īn Statele Unite īn 1974, a netezit spectrul cu care trebuie privit?, la modul abstract, politica. Afacerea Watergate este cu des?vār?ire cea mai mare problema de p...

    ????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ????????? ?? ???"? ???? ????????, ???? ?????? ?? ???????? ????? ??????. ?? ???? ???? ????????? ????? ?? ???? ????? ????...

    I have watched my DVD of the movie more than half a dozen times and, as much as I enjoy it each time, I have always thought that something was missing, some key bits of information needed to tie it all together. Well, duh! The book has it all. Not in the tidy, linear progression fro...

    Knew the story and still couldn?t put the book down. The movie barely scratches the surface, as does what I?ve learned about it from other sources. Here?s the full story. Exhaustion, fears, doubts, and all. And Woodward and Bernstein are reporters, not storytellers. Real life...

    I was in high school when Richard Nixon died, but I was young and my interests at that time weren't exceptionally political. My concerns at that time had more to do with Kurt Cobain's death just a few weeks prior. That meant more to me than that Nixon guy. I do remember having breakfas...

    I you don't have an extensive background knowledge of this topic (Nixon's presidency, the 1972 elections, who all the president's men actually are), this book might be just a bit too much for you. I felt assaulted by too much data thrown at me in a too fast pace. There were some very i...

    Watergate took time. Watergate took time. Watergate took time. -- Mantra for 2018 ...

    Recently read The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump in which Nixon and the Watergate scandal were mentioned frequently and thought maybe it was finally time to read. What struck me the most was how mild the Watergate scandal seems compared to the ethical mess that is the Trump Presidency....

    2018 Reading Challenge: book set during the decade I was born ...

    Such a opportune, marvelous story! I feel like I?m living through great uncertainty, shock and Executive Branch crimes far worse the Watergate. Contemporary nefarious, unprepared, unqualified, lower-IQ characters are getting caught, mostly behind the scenes. Trump is no Nixon but I s...

    Spectacular. Lessons learned from this book: 1. It takes a LOT. OF. People. to run a White House. And a newspaper. This books serves as a great sketch of the procedural sides of being both investigative news journalists and presidential aides. 2. There are very specific things...

    Watergate has been in the news recently because of Trump. I realized that I know next to nothing about Watergate. Being woefully ignorant, my husband and I decided to watch the movie. It was wonderful, and I made a beeline to Amazon to order the book afterwards. Bob Woodward and Car...

    This is such an important story, and it reminded me that unraveling these things takes time and patience. I will say that because it is written almost in real time of the events happening, it's hard to get a handle on the big picture unless you know where it's headed and what it all...

    If everything Bush does makes you queasy, here's a book remedy for your troubled stomach: Learn all about the skeezy Nixon whitehouse! Great spytastic scenes with DeepThroat, the best named secret source ever. Makes you wonder...did Woodward and Bernsteing love porn? Does deepthro...

    Here is one of those books that I never caught up with, having seen the Redford/Hoffman movie version. The 40th anniversary of original publication of 'All The President's Men' is almost here, and I finally catch up on Bernstein and Woodward's Pulitzer winner. Not before time, indeed! ...

    Such an important book to read in the current global context. ...

    Keuletan, kegigihan dan ketekunan pasti akan membuahkan hasil. Itulah yang dilakukan duo wartawan Washington Post, Carl Bernstein & Bob Woodward. Walaupun kepribadian mereka berdua bertolak belakang, sering berselisih pendapat, tetapi tidak menggoyahkan kekuatan tim mereka utk sali...

    I picked this book up out of a sense of depression about our current national politics. I thought I knew the story of Watergate, but it turns out that what I knew barely scratched the surface. The book is tightly written, so tightly that sometimes it seems cursory. The first 50 pages a...

    I was only a toddler when Watergate happened, and so I grew up hearing about it during history lessons. So, I thought I would have nothing new to learn about Watergate when I read this book at the urging of a friend. This book is an account of the reporting by Bob Woodward and Ca...

    This quintessential tale of investigative journalism is told in third person by the two reporters for the Washington Post who took a minor local break-in item and delved deep into the cellars of the White House. Of course, other publications were on the story and sometimes scooped them...

  • Andrei Tamaş
    Apr 15, 2017

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

    Romanul de investiga?ie al celor doi reporteri de la Washington Post, Carl Bernstein ?i Bob Woordward, publicat īn Statele Unite īn 1974, a netezit spectrul cu care trebuie privit?, la modul abstract, politica. Afacerea Watergate este cu des?vār?ire cea mai mare problema de p...

  • Lindsey M
    Apr 18, 2016

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

    Romanul de investiga?ie al celor doi reporteri de la Washington Post, Carl Bernstein ?i Bob Woordward, publicat īn Statele Unite īn 1974, a netezit spectrul cu care trebuie privit?, la modul abstract, politica. Afacerea Watergate este cu des?vār?ire cea mai mare problema de p...

    ????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ????????? ?? ???"? ???? ????????, ???? ?????? ?? ???????? ????? ??????. ?? ???? ???? ????????? ????? ?? ???? ????? ????...

    I have watched my DVD of the movie more than half a dozen times and, as much as I enjoy it each time, I have always thought that something was missing, some key bits of information needed to tie it all together. Well, duh! The book has it all. Not in the tidy, linear progression fro...

    Knew the story and still couldn?t put the book down. The movie barely scratches the surface, as does what I?ve learned about it from other sources. Here?s the full story. Exhaustion, fears, doubts, and all. And Woodward and Bernstein are reporters, not storytellers. Real life...

    I was in high school when Richard Nixon died, but I was young and my interests at that time weren't exceptionally political. My concerns at that time had more to do with Kurt Cobain's death just a few weeks prior. That meant more to me than that Nixon guy. I do remember having breakfas...

    I you don't have an extensive background knowledge of this topic (Nixon's presidency, the 1972 elections, who all the president's men actually are), this book might be just a bit too much for you. I felt assaulted by too much data thrown at me in a too fast pace. There were some very i...

    Watergate took time. Watergate took time. Watergate took time. -- Mantra for 2018 ...

    Recently read The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump in which Nixon and the Watergate scandal were mentioned frequently and thought maybe it was finally time to read. What struck me the most was how mild the Watergate scandal seems compared to the ethical mess that is the Trump Presidency....

    2018 Reading Challenge: book set during the decade I was born ...

    Such a opportune, marvelous story! I feel like I?m living through great uncertainty, shock and Executive Branch crimes far worse the Watergate. Contemporary nefarious, unprepared, unqualified, lower-IQ characters are getting caught, mostly behind the scenes. Trump is no Nixon but I s...

    Spectacular. Lessons learned from this book: 1. It takes a LOT. OF. People. to run a White House. And a newspaper. This books serves as a great sketch of the procedural sides of being both investigative news journalists and presidential aides. 2. There are very specific things...

  • Christina
    Mar 23, 2017

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

    Romanul de investiga?ie al celor doi reporteri de la Washington Post, Carl Bernstein ?i Bob Woordward, publicat īn Statele Unite īn 1974, a netezit spectrul cu care trebuie privit?, la modul abstract, politica. Afacerea Watergate este cu des?vār?ire cea mai mare problema de p...

    ????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ????????? ?? ???"? ???? ????????, ???? ?????? ?? ???????? ????? ??????. ?? ???? ???? ????????? ????? ?? ???? ????? ????...

    I have watched my DVD of the movie more than half a dozen times and, as much as I enjoy it each time, I have always thought that something was missing, some key bits of information needed to tie it all together. Well, duh! The book has it all. Not in the tidy, linear progression fro...

    Knew the story and still couldn?t put the book down. The movie barely scratches the surface, as does what I?ve learned about it from other sources. Here?s the full story. Exhaustion, fears, doubts, and all. And Woodward and Bernstein are reporters, not storytellers. Real life...

    I was in high school when Richard Nixon died, but I was young and my interests at that time weren't exceptionally political. My concerns at that time had more to do with Kurt Cobain's death just a few weeks prior. That meant more to me than that Nixon guy. I do remember having breakfas...

    I you don't have an extensive background knowledge of this topic (Nixon's presidency, the 1972 elections, who all the president's men actually are), this book might be just a bit too much for you. I felt assaulted by too much data thrown at me in a too fast pace. There were some very i...

    Watergate took time. Watergate took time. Watergate took time. -- Mantra for 2018 ...

    Recently read The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump in which Nixon and the Watergate scandal were mentioned frequently and thought maybe it was finally time to read. What struck me the most was how mild the Watergate scandal seems compared to the ethical mess that is the Trump Presidency....

    2018 Reading Challenge: book set during the decade I was born ...

    Such a opportune, marvelous story! I feel like I?m living through great uncertainty, shock and Executive Branch crimes far worse the Watergate. Contemporary nefarious, unprepared, unqualified, lower-IQ characters are getting caught, mostly behind the scenes. Trump is no Nixon but I s...

    Spectacular. Lessons learned from this book: 1. It takes a LOT. OF. People. to run a White House. And a newspaper. This books serves as a great sketch of the procedural sides of being both investigative news journalists and presidential aides. 2. There are very specific things...

    Watergate has been in the news recently because of Trump. I realized that I know next to nothing about Watergate. Being woefully ignorant, my husband and I decided to watch the movie. It was wonderful, and I made a beeline to Amazon to order the book afterwards. Bob Woodward and Car...

    This is such an important story, and it reminded me that unraveling these things takes time and patience. I will say that because it is written almost in real time of the events happening, it's hard to get a handle on the big picture unless you know where it's headed and what it all...

    If everything Bush does makes you queasy, here's a book remedy for your troubled stomach: Learn all about the skeezy Nixon whitehouse! Great spytastic scenes with DeepThroat, the best named secret source ever. Makes you wonder...did Woodward and Bernsteing love porn? Does deepthro...

    Here is one of those books that I never caught up with, having seen the Redford/Hoffman movie version. The 40th anniversary of original publication of 'All The President's Men' is almost here, and I finally catch up on Bernstein and Woodward's Pulitzer winner. Not before time, indeed! ...

    Such an important book to read in the current global context. ...

    Keuletan, kegigihan dan ketekunan pasti akan membuahkan hasil. Itulah yang dilakukan duo wartawan Washington Post, Carl Bernstein & Bob Woodward. Walaupun kepribadian mereka berdua bertolak belakang, sering berselisih pendapat, tetapi tidak menggoyahkan kekuatan tim mereka utk sali...

    I picked this book up out of a sense of depression about our current national politics. I thought I knew the story of Watergate, but it turns out that what I knew barely scratched the surface. The book is tightly written, so tightly that sometimes it seems cursory. The first 50 pages a...

  • Jon(athan) Nakapalau
    Nov 21, 2016

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

  • Siv30
    Feb 17, 2018

    IMMENT IMMENT IMMENT (Roubley dosh for a flag and a country?) IMMENT Mr Projectionist has the film reeled up, ready to go, for tonight's delectation. The political antics of the last year or so makes this a good time for a re-visit to the Saturday Nig...

    Re-reading for the 3rd time- I think with what is happening at the moment- it's time. Now there is something to compare what happened then...to what is happening now. ...

    This book was truly unbelievable. The entire time I was reading it, I kept reminding myself that this was real history and it all happened. There was so much drama in all the proceedings, and to realize that it?s the select few (in great positions) of the government beneath it all. I...

    Ma'am, have you got any more than just the facts? This first-hand account of the Washington Post reporting that exposed and ultimately led to the demise of Nixon's administration reads very much like a down and dirty summary of the story notes gathered by two young and very self-assure...

    Everyone has a book that means something to them far beyond the words printed on pages. The book obviously must have extraordinary content to keep you so engaged, and because of that, it will probably also be intelligent, well-written, and any other quality you'd attribute to great rea...

    This was probably the first non-fiction grown-up book I ever read. It's a compelling portrayal of an momentous slice of American history and journalism. This evening I went to an American Cinematheque screening of 1976 film adaptation of All The President's Men. Holy hotness, the camer...

    The book that opened my eyes to politics...still relevant and (sadly) still not a lesson learned by our politicians. ...

    Romanul de investiga?ie al celor doi reporteri de la Washington Post, Carl Bernstein ?i Bob Woordward, publicat īn Statele Unite īn 1974, a netezit spectrul cu care trebuie privit?, la modul abstract, politica. Afacerea Watergate este cu des?vār?ire cea mai mare problema de p...

    ????? ??????? ?? ??? ?????? ???????? ????????? ?? ???"? ???? ????????, ???? ?????? ?? ???????? ????? ??????. ?? ???? ???? ????????? ????? ?? ???? ????? ????...