All the President's Men Quotes

Alan J. Pakula
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"Westrell and three others described McCord as the consummate 'government man'—reluctant to act on his own initiative, respectful of the chain of command, unquestioning in following orders."
All The President's Men, Chapter 1, p. 21

"'Whoever was responsible for the Watergate break-in would have to be somebody who doesn't know about politics but thought he did. I suppose that's why Colson's name comes up.... Anybody who knew anything wouldn't be looking over there for real political information. They'd be looking for something else ... scandal, gossip.'"
All The President's Men, Chapter 2, p. 27

"This picture of the White House was in sharp contrast to the smooth, well-oiled machine Bernstein was accustomed to reading about in the newspapers—those careful, disciplined, look-alike guards to the palace who were invariably referred to as "The President's Men.'"
All The President's Men, Chapter 2, p. 28

"At a press conference that same afternoon, June...

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