Outside of Nixon, who could be considered an overt actor in the Watergate Affair?
In terms of the anatomy of the incident and its implications on American History, then- White House Chief of Staff H. R. Haldeman could be considered by many standards to be an overt actor in the Watergate Affair. Haldeman actively discussed with President Nixon how to deal with the effects of the crisis. Both men are captured on tape using the CIA to stop the FBI's...
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