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Allan Powell: The inside story of divided government
In the early 1970s, two rookie investigative reporters at the Washington Post, Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, burst onto the public stage with daily revelations about a peculiar burglary at the Watergate Hotel. In time, their discoveries brought down a president. The story in book and film, “All The President’s Men,” made them famous. Since then, Woodward has written an amazing number (15) of fine books.
By ALLAN POWELL
January 11, 2013