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All the President's Men Chapter Summary & Analysis - For Chapters 9-12 Summary

Alan J. Pakula
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For Chapters 9-12 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 9

After talking with Sloan, the reporters felt strongly that the person who controlled the secret fund was Harry Robbins Haldeman. The man had a reputation for being ruthless, pragmatic, tough, and devoted only to Richard Nixon. He was smart enough to make sure that he wasn't directly in the line of blame for any action.

Woodward met with Deep Throat to see if he was right. Without naming names, and going by their own unique code, Deep Throat affirmed that Haldeman was the name, and the man had accumulated frightening power. Wanting to double check the "confirmation," the reporters visited Hugh Sloan. He said they couldn't talk that evening, but the reporters explained that they only had a few questions. Woodward asked if Sloan had mentioned the names before the grand jury, and Sloan said "yes." Without naming any names...

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