The Last of the President's Men
Bob Woodward talked about his book The Last of the President’s Men, in which he profiles Nixon aide Alexander Butterfield, who was the first to divulge the existence of Nixon’s surreptitious tape system.
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Bob Woodward Associate Editor Washington Post
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