This category lists pages and sites about the Watergate affair, which led to the resignation of President Richard Milhous Nixon. Considered by most historians to be the worst political scandal in U.S. history, Watergate stemmed from the 1972 break-in and electronic bugging of the Democratic National Committee headquarters located in Washington D.C.'s Watergate complex.
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Articles of Impeachment
Full text of the Articles adopted by the House Committee on the Judiciary following the Watergate Scandal.
Impeachment: Richard Nixon
The events surrounding Watergate and impeachment proceedings against Nixon. From The History Place.
Richard M. Nixon - The Watergate Tapes
Audio clips and transcripts of key conversations between Nixon and aides during Watergate crisis.
From the Washington Post, the newspaper that cracked the scandal, a package that includes analysis, articles, timeline, biographies. Created to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the June, 1972 break-in.
In depth information on the scandal. Includes a timeline, speech transcripts and other related information.
Watergate Tapes Online
Audio links to excerpts from the tapes that brought down the Nixon White House. Presented by the Washington Post.
Contains news, opinion, discussion board, research guides, and links.
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