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- Rosemary Woods had been his personal secretary since his first day in Congress. She was almost pathologically loyal and sincerely believed her boss could do no wrong. Whatever he might do was, by definition, "right." No one ever believed her contorted explanations of how she "accidentally" erased lengthy segments of one day's tapes -- which, based on the context, almost certainly included a practical discussion of how to manage the cover-up -- but she never, ever admitted to doing anything. SOURCE: I just finished a publisher's project, indexing 750 pages of the Nixon tapes. Some fascinating stuff in there. Also appalling, on every single page.
- Ohhh, I feel old that this had to be explained.
- The Watergate Scandal was a domestic issue. Non-american's like me(I'm Indian) have heard it mentioned but know very little about the details. I learn't about the tape editing part through Google after I came across this pic.
- I read about Nixon in an encyclopaedia and I watched a documentary about Watergate on Foxtel. As an Australian it was pretty sad that I knew more about American Presidents than Australian Prime Minister's pre-Year 12 History.
- You did Australian history in Year 12? We did bloody Israel.
- Why do Australians need to know about Isreali history...?
- There were a bunch of elective class tppics and our teacher chose The Arab-Israeli Conflict.
- International Baccalaureate , it's an alternative style of curriculum. If you're American, think of Advanced Placement (AP) classes but more challenging and more involved. You can earn a specialized diploma that looks very nice compared to a normal high school diploma when you're applying to universities. It's been an international thing for a while but it's starting to find its way into American schools as well. I myself didn't hear about it until I got into college and met kids who had done it.
- I'm sorry. Did you do The Cold War? Read more comments