All the President's Men Character Descriptions

Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein
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Carl Bernstein

One of the major reporters in the Washington Post’s Watergate coverage and the co-author of All the President’s Men. A reporter from a young age, Bernstein never finished college and has a tendency to push limits on the paper – whether by going to press too soon, or pushing the limits of sources. He is disorganized and scrappy. He enjoys bicycling, and has several contacts in the D.C. biking community.

Bob Woodward

One of the major reporters in the Washington Post’s Watergate coverage and the co-author of All the President’s Men. A Yale graduate, Woodward writes and researches his stories in a more by-the-book way than Bernstein does. Deep Throat is his contact; in general, Woodward tends to be slightly more conservative about what to publish than Bernstein.

Ben Bradlee

The editor of The Washington Post. A man with many sides, who...

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