All the President's Men - Study Guide For Chapters 13-17 Summary & Analysis

Alan J. Pakula
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Chapter 13

Later in the week, Woodward returned from a trip to the Caribbean. He learned about a George Washington University student who was paid to spy for the CRP. The young man, Ted, stated that there were at least 25 others. When he questioned the young man, Woodward discovered that the young man's job had been terminated two days after the Watergate incident.

In February, the White House announced that L. Patrick Gray's name was going to be submitted for confirmation as a successor to Edgar Hoover. This perplexed reporters until they realized that the White House considered this an opportunity to set the record straight regarding Watergate.

Woodward arranged another meeting with Deep Throat. This time, Deep Throat suggested that they meet at a bar. When he got to the bar, Woodward understood why. It is a place neither of their...

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