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Book I: Events prior to the Watergate break-in, December 2, 1971 - June 17, 1972.

Book II: Events following the Watergate break-in, June 17, 1972 - February 9, 1973 (allegations involving Presidential interference with the official Department of Justice investigation).

Book III: Events following the Watergate break-in, June 20, 1972 - March 22, 1973 (allegations concerning payments of "hush" money to Watergate defendants to insure their silence, offers of leniency and executive clemency, and the making or causing to be, of false statements to persons connected with an official investigation of Watergate; chronology of events between February 9 and March 22, 1973).

Biook IV: Events following the Watergate break-in, Marrch 22, 1973 -April 30, 1973 (events relating to the President's investigation of the alleged Watergate break-in and cover-up between March 22 and April 30, 1973).

Book V: Testimony of Richard Kleindienst before the Senate Judiciary Committee in February 1972 regarding the commencement, prosecution and settlement of the anti-trust action against the International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation.

Book VI: Political contributions pledged and made by milk producers' cooperatives from 1969 through 1972 for the benefit of the President's re-election campaign and the Administration's decision to increase price supports on dairy products.

Book VII: Domestic surveillance activities directed by the White House.

Book VIII: Alleged efforts by White House officials to acquire information from the Internal Revenue Service and to direct certain IRS activities.

Book IX: Events following the Watergate break-in, April 25, 1973 - present (the history of the Special Prosecutor's activities and the President's continuing investigation).

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Watergate hearings, Watergate papers, Richard Nixon, H. Res. 803


Administrative Law | Law and Politics | Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility | Legal History


Part of Congressman Don Edwards' annotated papers from the Watergate hearings donated to Heafey Law Library, University of Santa Clara, Santa Clara, California, September, 1974.

Hearings before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-third Congress, second session, pursuant to H. Res. 803, a resolution authorizing and directing the Committee on the Judiciary to investigate whether sufficient grounds exist for the House of Representatives to exercise its constitutional power to impeach Richard M. Nixon, President of the United States of America.

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