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Book fell apart as soon as it was opened up. A total loss. Theodore White made his reputation by deconstructing presidential elections and by the time of Watergate he was an old hand at detailing the success and the failures of the candidates.
Breach of Faith book. Theodore H. White starts this story with the last days of Richard Nixon in the White House-as those closest recognized The Nixon crisis of 1973-74 threatened the state in ways not immediately understood. Stripped of drama & confusion, however, the problem was that the President had placed himself above the law. The nation had to decide whether that could be allowed.
Breach of Faith : The Fall of Richard Nixon Atheneum Publishers, 1975; Dell, 1986 .
Breach of Faith : The Fall of Richard Nixon Atheneum Publishers, 1975; Dell, 1986, ISBN 978-0-440-30780-8 A comprehensive history of the Watergate Scandal with biographical information about Richard Nixon and many of the key players of the event. She alleges "conscious mythmaking" on behalf of his subjects, including Chiang Kai-shek, John F. Kennedy, and David Bruce.
Theodore White In 1975, the year BREACH OF FAITH was published, there was nobody better equipped to explain the fall of Richard Nixon than journalist Theodore White
Theodore White In 1975, the year BREACH OF FAITH was published, there was nobody better equipped to explain the fall of Richard Nixon than journalist Theodore White. In a time hungry for explanations there was no shortages of books.
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The Nixon crisis of 1973-1974 threatened the nation in ways we did not immediately understand
The Nixon crisis of 1973-1974 threatened the nation in ways we did not immediately understand. This story starts with the last days of Richard Nixon in the White House - as those closest recognized that he had deceived them and that they must force him out. The thread of manipulation is traced back to its origin 20 years earlier and shows how the Nixon team came to see politics as war in which no quarter was given, in which the White House was a command post where ordinary rules did not apply, where power could be used without restraint.
Theodore H. White, friend of Presidents, was vouchsafed three interviews with Richard M. Nixon for the preparation . Thus, in Breach of Faith The Fall of Richard Nixon, the author finds himself coming to terms with a Presidential betrayal that is both broadly political and profoundly personal. Nixon for the preparation of The Making of the President 1972. At the last of them, March 17, 1973, Nixon was feeling particularly serene. And not since his first Presidential chronicle, The Making of the President 1960, has he written a book of such energy and passion.
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