Archibald Cox: Conscience of a Nation
Professor Gormley discussed his book, Archibald Cox: Conscience of a Nation, published by Perseus Press. Archibald Cox is usually remembered as the special prosecutor fired by President Nixon in the “Saturday Night Massacre” for his investigation into Watergate. This biography describes Cox’s distinguished career as a public servant, including law professor and adviser to President Kennedy. close
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Jim Fleissner Associate Professor Mercer University->Law
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What Does Watergate Mean to You?
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Nixon News Conference Clip
President Richard Nixon took reporters' questions about the Watergate investigation. He stressed that he welcomed the…
Events Before Nixon Funeral
Live shots were shown of former President Nixon’s family and other guests arriving for the funeral.
Open Phones: Nixon Funeral
C-SPAN opened their phone lines for viewer comments after the funeral service of former President Richard Nixon.