Richard Nixon Involved In The Watergate Scandal

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A. Plan of Investigation There were multiple presidents that were involved in scandals while in office, one of them being President Richard Nixon. Everyone knows about the scandal because it was talked about for a long time and is still known today as the Watergate Scandal. The Watergate scandal was a scandal that took place at the Watergate complex. The investigators led to find that Nixon had been involved in this scandal but left everyone wondering how? This leading to the question, how was Richard Nixon involved in the Watergate scandal?
This is interesting because many Americans are left in the dark on what really happened during this scandal and how Nixon was involved. It would be interesting to find out the details and truth behind
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Nixon written by Michael Schuman was written to teach the readers about President Nixon. The book contains information regarding the watergate scandal. It was valuable to the research because it gave good information to include and taught more about Nixon’s involvement in the scandal. The sources limitations are that it did not include anything special about the scandal just the regular information.
The source The Arrogance of Power written by Anthony Summers was written to teach readers about power and how it controls the nation. The book contains information regarding President Nixon and the Watergate scandal. It was valuable to the research because it provided emotion from Americans and quotes on what people said. The sources limitations are that it had a lot of pages and was very hard to find specific information about Nixon and the scandal.
The source United States v. Nixon written by Larry A. Van Meter was written to teach readers about Nixon and his reelection. The book contains information about Nixon’s involvement in the nation and how he affected the people. It was valuable to the research because it provided details about Nixon that are limited to other sources. The sources limitations are that it did not include that many pages on the scandal itself.
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