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All the President's Men Setting & Symbolism

Alan J. Pakula
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Objects/Places

Washington Post

Bernstein and Woodward worked for the "Washington Post."

Bank account

The reporters discovered a bank account used to support illegal activities.

Potted plant

When Woodward wanted to meet with Deep Throat, he moved a potted plant.

Newspaper

A page number in the newspaper was circled when Deep Throat wanted to meet with Woodward.

Washington, D.C.

The story primarily takes place in Washington, D.C. It's a hub of political activity.

White House

The White House denied any connection to Watergate and later attacked the "Post."

Watergate Hotel

A burglary at the Watergate Hotel opened the doors to a much greater scandal.

Mexico City

Illegal funds went though bank accounts in Mexico City so they were untraceable.

Chappaquicddick

Hunt was researching Chappaquicddick and Kennedy's experiences here.

Florida

Bernstein went to Florida to meet with the state's attorney of Dade County regarding bank activities.

California

Hunt went...

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