All The President's Men

All the President's Men (1974) is a nonfiction book by Washington Post journalists Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward recounting their experiences investigating the initial Watergate break-in and the subsequent Watergate scandal which led to President Richard Nixon's resignation. The stories written by Woodward and Bernstein won a Pulitzer Prize for The Washington Post. The book was adapted 2 years later for film and starred Robert Redford as Woodward and Dustin Hoffman as Bernstein. The film won four Academy Awards.

The Watergate scandal began when five men broke into the National Democratic Headquarters carrying photographic and electronic equipment on June 17, 1972. Woodward, a new journalist at The Washington Post, was assigned to cover what initially appeared to be a simple burglary. Bernstein, a more experienced journalist, ...

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