President Nixon's Secret White House Tapes
The Chapman University School of Law hosted this two hour event.
This is a panel discussion on President Nixon’s secret White House tapes and the historical significance of the Watergate scandal. A former Nixon White House aide and Senate Watergate Committee investigator discuss their roles and memories from that period and the overall impact of the Watergate scandal.
The Chapman University School of Law hosted this two hour event. close
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Scott Armstrong Staff Member (Former) Senate Watergate Committee
Alexander Butterfield Deputy Assistant (Former) White House
Tom Campbell Dean Chapman University->School of Law
John W. Dean Counsel (Former) White House
Kevin J. Grochow Editor-in-Chief Chapman University->Law Review
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