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Table of Contents Pg 1Thesis and Report Pg 2-10Appendix A Definitions Pg 11List of Works Cited Pg 12Five men wearing fingerprint concealing gloves with an assortment of cameras tools and intricate electronic bugging gear along with six thousand five hundred dollars in crisp new bills most from the Democratic National Committee were arrested on the early morning of June 171972 During a burglary attempt in the Democratic National Headquarters office building which is located in Watergate in Washington DCTIME pg1 This was just one of the breaking articles from the many news sources that marked the beginning of a new episode in American history Watergate Watergate developed a great competition between media corporations which eventually changed the way Americans viewed both politics and mediaIt started out with the break-in The Post a newspaper from Washington DC received leaks such as those from the White House suggesting that the bugging might have been the result of a right wing Cuban conspiracy Which turned out to be attempts to steer away from the true story Sussman Barry Pg 176The true story was that Nixon was stonewalling see a- in appendix A the break-in as well as a cover up Receiving leaks such as this one The Posts reporters Woodward and Bernstien began to piece the puzzle of the cover upThese two reporters Bernstein and Woodward spent night and day breaking news They spent long days with each other weather it was looking through old files at the White House Library because the librarian changed a previous story to the reporters believed to have
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