The President and the Presidency

Chomsky, Noam

Publisher:  Liberation, USA
Year Published:  1973  
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX8900

Chomsky assesses public reactions to the Watergate scandal, dividing them into two categories: cynicism or outrage. He further explores the different perceptions of what in fact Nixon's criminal actions were and discusses the meaning of the principle of unconstrained executive power in relation to democracy.

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