Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Watergate But

Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Watergate But

Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Watergate But Were Afraid to Ask ➤ Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Watergate But Were Afraid to Ask Ebook ➪ Author Brian J. O’Connor – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The story of Watergate is usually told through the prism of the straight white male journalists and politicians who were at the center of the scandal—but Watergate happened to all of us – wives mo The story of Watergate is usually told through Always Wanted Kindle Ï the prism of the straight white male journalists and politicians who were at the center of the scandal—but Watergate happened to all of us – wives mothers children black white ueer immigrants Everything You MOBI :Þ Those voices and perceptions are rarely heard todayEVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT WATERGATE was envisioned as a book that looks at the wider ripples of the Watergate explosion and how it changed the way Americans saw themselves their country You Always Wanted Epub Þ and the world around themThis is both a serious and irreverent book put together by a team of two newspaper journalists and ten college interns from throughout the country Think of it as a primer on Watergate for the generation that You Always Wanted to Know Kindle - grew up watching The Daily Show.


4 thoughts on “Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Watergate But Were Afraid to Ask

  1. ☆Dani☆ ☆Touch My Spine Book Reviews☆ ☆Dani☆ ☆Touch My Spine Book Reviews☆ says:

    I give this book 4 out of 5 Political Stars I decided to pick up this title because I wanted to know about what happened with the Watergate scandal I am glad I made this choice not only because this book was very informative but because I was able to hear stories and see perspectives from people who lived through it and were impacted by this scandal I loved hear everyone's stories and how it effected our lives and how this changed America I thought this was a great read because a lot of the things that were discussed seemed to be repeating themselves in our current political state Even though I may not have agreed with everyone's perspective I enjoyed seeing everyone's and learning about this treacherous scandal This period of time woke up a lot of Americans and showed them that we can't always trust our political leaders


  2. John Plowright John Plowright says:

    The title and cover of ‘Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Watergate But were Afraid to Ask’ are obviously inspired by David Reuben’s ‘Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex But were Afraid to Ask’ which is rather ironic as the latter predated both Deep Throat the film and the Watergate informant Moreover whereas Reuben’s book took the form of uestions and answers the book by O’Connor and Perkins follows no consistent pattern ranging from a chapter of uotations ‘Celebrities on Watergate and Nixon – Then and Now’ which rather unhelpfully only tells the reader when a small minority of the uotations actually date from to a chapter on subseuent scandals lazily given a –gate suffix to one presenting a selection of loosely Watergate related recipesIn the acknowledgements the authors praise their assistants for “searching every conceivable database to put together a book on Watergate in such a short period of time” and the book certainly seems to have been thrown together very hastily with the result that there are very obvious gaps in coverage Thus the chapter entitled ‘The Great Works of Watergate’ for example which deals with fictional representations of Nixon and Watergate omits any reference to the 1977 feature film ‘The Private Files of J Edgar Hoover’ or the classic 1977 TV miniseries ‘Washington Behind Closed Doors’ or the John Ehrlichman novel ‘The Company’ on which it was based let alone the 2004 Manic Street Preachers song ‘The Love of Richard Nixon’It isn’t very long before one asks why this book was written given that 2017 represents no Watergate related anniversary The answer seems to be provided by the introduction where Perkins refers to Watergate as a “precedent” and tells us that “We survived Watergate and Richard Nixon We will survive Russiagate and Donald Trump” Chapter Ten makes the alleged parallels explicit as it’s entitled “Game of uotes Nixon or Trump”I suppose if Trump is impeached then there’ll be increased interest in Nixon and Watergate but that seems to me to be a pretty poor reason for producing this particular book especially when it is so uncertain in tone and focus as well as contradicting its title by its manifest failure to deliver even half of what you always wanted to know about Watergate


  3. David McClendon, Sr David McClendon, Sr says:

    Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Watergate But Were Afraid to Ask by Brian J O'Connor and Lori Perkins ISBN 9781626013872The title Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Watergate But Were Afraid to Ask is very misleading A appropriate title would be Comparisons of the Nixon and Trump Presidencies Readers really are not told everything and the title does not suggest that the book is full of Trump bashings If that is the true purpose of the book it should be disclosed on the cover The book contains recipes and uotes along with bits and pieces of trivia There is an attempt at a timeline of events but it really isn’t “Everything You Always Wanted to Know”Readers are given the names of a few books and movies that might help them to learn a little about WatergateWe give Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Watergate But Were Afraid to Ask three stars because it is entertaining and does give a little information but it really is of a comparison between Trump and Nixon than anything elseWe were sent a complimentary copy of this book We are under no obligation to write any review positive or negativeWe are disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR Part 255


  4. Marshall Marshall says:

    I have read many books about Watergate beyond just the famous titles I found this one very interesting and I liked that it included memories of many people from that era as well as many modern day people who expressed their opinion and memories of this event As I read it I couldn't help but think about current events and politics which helped make the reading interesting and the subject still relevant For those who know alot about Watergate and those who just know its a part of history I think all will find this a great read Thanks to RiverdaleBookscom and NetGalley for a copy of this book for my honest review


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4 thoughts on “Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Watergate But Were Afraid to Ask

  1. ☆Dani☆ ☆Touch My Spine Book Reviews☆ ☆Dani☆ ☆Touch My Spine Book Reviews☆ says:

    I give this book 4 out of 5 Political Stars I decided to pick up this title because I wanted to know about what happened with the Watergate scandal I am glad I made this choice not only because this book was very informative but because I was able to hear stories and see perspectives from people who lived through it and were impacted by this scandal I loved hear everyone's stories and how it effected our lives and how this changed America I thought this was a great read because a lot of the things that were discussed seemed to be repeating themselves in our current political state Even though I may not have agreed with everyone's perspective I enjoyed seeing everyone's and learning about this treacherous scandal This period of time woke up a lot of Americans and showed them that we can't always trust our political leaders

  2. John Plowright John Plowright says:

    The title and cover of ‘Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Watergate But were Afraid to Ask’ are obviously inspired by David Reuben’s ‘Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex But were Afraid to Ask’ which is rather ironic as the latter predated both Deep Throat the film and the Watergate informant Moreover whereas Reuben’s book took the form of uestions and answers the book by O’Connor and Perkins follows no consistent pattern ranging from a chapter of uotations ‘Celebrities on Watergate and Nixon – Then and Now’ which rather unhelpfully only tells the reader when a small minority of the uotations actually date from to a chapter on subseuent scandals lazily given a –gate suffix to one presenting a selection of loosely Watergate related recipesIn the acknowledgements the authors praise their assistants for “searching every conceivable database to put together a book on Watergate in such a short period of time” and the book certainly seems to have been thrown together very hastily with the result that there are very obvious gaps in coverage Thus the chapter entitled ‘The Great Works of Watergate’ for example which deals with fictional representations of Nixon and Watergate omits any reference to the 1977 feature film ‘The Private Files of J Edgar Hoover’ or the classic 1977 TV miniseries ‘Washington Behind Closed Doors’ or the John Ehrlichman novel ‘The Company’ on which it was based let alone the 2004 Manic Street Preachers song ‘The Love of Richard Nixon’It isn’t very long before one asks why this book was written given that 2017 represents no Watergate related anniversary The answer seems to be provided by the introduction where Perkins refers to Watergate as a “precedent” and tells us that “We survived Watergate and Richard Nixon We will survive Russiagate and Donald Trump” Chapter Ten makes the alleged parallels explicit as it’s entitled “Game of uotes Nixon or Trump”I suppose if Trump is impeached then there’ll be increased interest in Nixon and Watergate but that seems to me to be a pretty poor reason for producing this particular book especially when it is so uncertain in tone and focus as well as contradicting its title by its manifest failure to deliver even half of what you always wanted to know about Watergate

  3. David McClendon, Sr David McClendon, Sr says:

    Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Watergate But Were Afraid to Ask by Brian J O'Connor and Lori Perkins ISBN 9781626013872The title Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Watergate But Were Afraid to Ask is very misleading A appropriate title would be Comparisons of the Nixon and Trump Presidencies Readers really are not told everything and the title does not suggest that the book is full of Trump bashings If that is the true purpose of the book it should be disclosed on the cover The book contains recipes and uotes along with bits and pieces of trivia There is an attempt at a timeline of events but it really isn’t “Everything You Always Wanted to Know”Readers are given the names of a few books and movies that might help them to learn a little about WatergateWe give Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Watergate But Were Afraid to Ask three stars because it is entertaining and does give a little information but it really is of a comparison between Trump and Nixon than anything elseWe were sent a complimentary copy of this book We are under no obligation to write any review positive or negativeWe are disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR Part 255

  4. Marshall Marshall says:

    I have read many books about Watergate beyond just the famous titles I found this one very interesting and I liked that it included memories of many people from that era as well as many modern day people who expressed their opinion and memories of this event As I read it I couldn't help but think about current events and politics which helped make the reading interesting and the subject still relevant For those who know alot about Watergate and those who just know its a part of history I think all will find this a great read Thanks to RiverdaleBookscom and NetGalley for a copy of this book for my honest review

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