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"The work that brought down a presidency . . . perhaps the most influential piece of journalism in history." (Time, All-Time 100 Best Non-Fiction Books)
"Maybe the single greatest reporting effort of all time." (Gene Roberts, former managing editor of The New York Times)
"One of the greatest detective stories ever told." (The Denver Post)
"A fast-moving mystery, a whodunit written with ease. . . . A remarkable book." (The New York Times)
"An authentic thriller." (Dan Rather)
"Much more than a 'hot book.' It is splendid reading . . . of enormous value. . . . A very human story." (The New Republic)
Bob Woodward is an associate editor at The Washington Post, where he has worked for forty-four years. He has shared in two Pulitzer Prizes, first for The Washington Post’s coverage of the Watergate scandal, and later for coverage of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. He has authored or coauthored twelve #1 national nonfiction bestsellers. He has two daughters, Tali and Diana, and lives in Washington, DC, with his wife, writer Elsa Walsh.
Carl Bernstein is a contributing editor for Vanity Fair magazine and has written for a variety of publications. He is the author of Loyalties: A Son’s Memoir, and has coauthored His Holiness: John Paul II and the History of Our Time with Marco Politi, as well as All the President's Men and The Final Days with Bob Woodward.
Carl Bernstein, and Bob Woodward, with a whole bunch of hard work...mysterious sources...and a bunch of luck have wriiten the journalistic book of the ages. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Bootsy Bass
If you want to see real investigative reporting, try reading "Silent Coup", according to which, the evidence is that Woodward and Bernstein used this piece of yellow... Read morePublished on April 16 2004
In the sub-genre of journalistic memoir, there simply is no book better than this. It is written still in the heat of battle - as it was being put together, Nixon had not yet... Read morePublished on Oct. 25 2003 by F. P. Barbieri
If you care about the truth, if you think of yourself as informed, or if you are remotely interested in politics, you must read this book. Read morePublished on Sept. 4 2003 by Warren Fish
I first read this book years ago and at that time thought that
they had essentially uncovered and understood all of what happened
in Nixon's WH during Watergate. Read more
It has been 31 years since a small group of men entered the Watergate office building on the banks of the Potomac River for the purpose of gathering intelligence to be used against... Read morePublished on July 27 2003
I once believed that every word of this book was true. Written by a fellow Wheatonite (Woodward) it pushed me solidly into voting democrat for the next 20 years. Read morePublished on July 2 2003 by JediMack
It says a lot about the character of Richard Nixon - his suspicion bordering on paranoia, his bitterness, his self-pity, and his intransigent resentment toward everybody who he... Read morePublished on Dec 31 2002 by JLind555