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James Carroll

Nixon's madman strategy

By James Carroll
June 14, 2005

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''I CALL IT the madman theory, Bob," Richard Nixon said to Robert Haldeman. With the recent revelation of the identity of ''Deep Throat," the nation's memory has been cast back to the Watergate crisis, which began with a burglary 33 years ago this week. Nixon is remembered as having threatened the US Constitution, but his presidency represented a far graver ... (Full article: 754 words)

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