Personal History Character Descriptions

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Phil Graham

This character is the son of a gruff, hardworking farmer-politician father and schoolteacher mother, Northerners who migrated to Florida before the Depression.

Eugene Isaac Meyer

This character is born in 1875 in Los Angeles and raised by his dominating eldest sister.

Agnes Ernst Meyer

This character is born in 1887 in New York City, descended from a long line of German Lutheran ministers.

Spiro T. Agnew

This character's nomination is called the most bizarre appointment since Caligula named his horse a consul of Rome.

Fritz Beebe

This character is the lawyer who helps with the purchase the Times-Herald and Newsweek while working for the Cravath law firm.

Carl Bernstein

One of the pair of investigative reporters that traces responsibility for the Watergate break-in back to the Oval Office. This character is messy and undisciplined but also creative, imaginative and a good writer.

Herbert Herblock Block

The Post's stubborn...

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