It Didn't Start with Watergate
by Victor Lasky

Although this book utterly fails in its attempt to make Nixon a sympathetic figure, it is valuable for the revelations it includes about the crimes and cover-ups of other presidents from FDR to LBJ (except Republican Eisenhower). It also points out the glaring hypocrisy of the press and others who express shock and outrage at Nixon's crimes, but helped cover up the same or worse crimes of Democrats.

Year Read: 1978


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