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Most Dangerous - Part III: Outsider, Pages 289 - 319 Summary & Analysis

Steve Sheinkin
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Nixon repeatedly told the press that he would get to the bottom of the Watergate break-in. The public believed him. Kissinger negotiated a deal with North Vietnam for ending the War although the government in the south had not agreed to it. Nixon declared that he had achieved “peace with honor” in his campaign speeches. He won his bid for reelection in a landslide. Inexplicably, Nixon could not shake a sense of foreboding that loomed over him.

The Watergate burglars including Liddy, Hunt and McCord were all facing felony charges. A final agreement between the North and South leaders of Vietnam could not be reached. The South wanted the bombing to continue the North did not. Nixon felt he had no choice but to continue the bombing. Kissinger told the press that the bombing was North Vietnam’s fault and...

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