The Legacy of the Watergate Scandal: An Analysis of Public Perspectives and Political Implications

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The Legacy of the Watergate Scandal: An Analysis of Public Perspectives and Political Implications
Introduction
During the Watergate Scandal, the American people became discouraged and disillusioned because their trust in the government had been betrayed. Investigations revealed that high White House officials up to and including President Richard Nixon were guilty of criminal abuses of power and obstructions of justice. These disturbing revelations generated nationwide demands for Impeachment, and ultimately lead to the resignation of President Nixon.
Although Watergate was a traumatic period in American history, the actions of Congress in holding President Nixon accountable proved that not even the President is above the law and the...
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..... Restless Giant: the United States from Watergate to Bush v. Gore, Volume
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McGeorge Bundy, “Vietnam, Watergate and Presidential Powers.” Foreign Affairs 58. 2
(Winter 1980): 397-407.
Ibid.
Lewis Lapham, “Notebook.” Harper’s Magazine 311. 2005. 1863: 1-9.
Ronald Pynn, “Watergate: Retrospective Implications.” Policy Studies Journal 4. 1 (Autumn
1975): 63-68.
Ibid.
Norman Thomas, “Presidential Accountability Since Watergate.” Presidential Studies Quarterly
8. 4 (Autumn 1978): 417-434
Ibid.
Ibid.
Frederick Mosher, “Watergate: Its Implications for Responsible Government: A Report.
Washington: National Academy of Public Administration, 1974. 105-108.
Ibid.
Arterton 495.
Ibid 496.