Lessons from Watergate
36 years ago, a burglary at the Watergate complex in Washington D.C. began the unraveling of a large-scale government cover-up that forced President Nixon's resignation. Two White House insiders and two Watergate prosecutors discuss the scandal that changed American politics forever.
- John Dean: Former White House Counsel and author of several books including "Worse than Watergate" and "Conservatives without Conscience."
- Egil "Bud" Krogh: Former deputy assistant to the president for domestic affairs and co-director of the White House Plumbers unit . He is author of "Integrity: Good People, Bad Choices, and life Lessons from the White House."
- Jill Wine-Banks: Former Watergate prosecutor
- Charles Breyer: Former Watergate prosecutor
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