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All the President's Men Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 5-8 Summary

Alan J. Pakula
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Chapters 5-8 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 5

Both Woodward and Bernstein felt strongly that John Mitchell, the former Attorney General of the United States, was involved. Mitchell's own wife had called Helen Thomas of United Press International to say that she was "sick of the whole operation." Woodward went to visit her. He had to wait a while before he figured out a way to talk with her privately. It didn't help at all.

Bernstein went to talk with Sloan once again after his daughter was born. Evidence was rising up against Stans. Sloan seemed interested in finding out more regarding what the reporters knew. This made them nervous since they thought he had the information already. The reporters realized that they knew four of the six people the Bookkeeper had told them about. Sloan confirmed that one of the other two was a member of the White House...

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