Laurence Silberman Oral History Interview, Part 2
Laurence Silberman served as the Undersecretary of Labor during the Nixon Administration - and was later named Deputy Attorney General… read more
Laurence Silberman served as the Undersecretary of Labor during the Nixon Administration - and was later named Deputy Attorney General after the “Saturday Night Massacre.” In excerpts from this oral history recorded for the Richard Nixon Presidential Library, he discusses labor policies and politics from that era, the aftermath of President Nixon’s 1972 election, and his suspicions that the president was involved in Watergate. This is the second of two parts. Part One can be viewed at c-span.org/history. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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