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August 15, 2014 7:00 AM

‘The Nixon Defense’ shows how guilty the 37th president was

One of the men who broke the Watergate case give high marks to John W. Dean, one of Richard Nixon’s White House lawyers in the scandal, for a 700-page book, “The Nixon Defense,” that pulls together all the taped Oval Office conversations for the first time. Those Watergate discussions leave no doubt of the president’s malfeasance.

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