NY: Random House. (1975). The personal journals of one of the leading Washington political writers, kept during the months that the Watergate scandal was unfolding, leading up to the resignation of President Nixon. As a Watergate history it was eventually overshadowed by Woodward and Bernstein's All the President's Men, but this book retains the immediacy of those days and those developments, recorded in real time. Inscribed by the author to a well-known New York philanthropist: "For ___ ___, With warm personal best wishes - Elizabeth Drew." Near fine in a very good dust jacket with a couple of small edge chips. An uncommon book signed. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine. (Inventory #: 032642)
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