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Guide to Bob Woodward’s The Last of the President’s Men by Instaread - eBook

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<p>PLEASE NOTE: This is a companion to Bob Woodward’s The Last of the President’s Men and NOT the original book.</p> <p>Preview:</p> <p>The Last of the President’s Men is a nonfiction work about Alexander Butterfield, an aide in the White House during President Richard Nixon’s first administration, written by Pulitzer Prize winning writer Bob Woodward. This is the fifth book Woodward has written about the Watergate scandal.</p> <p>Inside this companion to the book:</p> <p>&middot;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Summary of the book</p> <p>&middot;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Important People</p> <p>&middot;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Character Analysis</p> <p>&middot;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Analysis of the Themes and Author’s Style</p> <p>About the Author:&nbsp; With Instaread, you can get the notes and insights from a book in 15 minutes or less.</p> <p>Visit our website at&nbsp;instaread.co.</p>

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Fascinating look at Richard Nixon through the eyes of Alexander Butterfield, the man who revealed the existence of the secret recording system in the White House. I found myself feeling sorry for Nixon and wondering how in the world someone so socially inept and emotionally stunted ended up as president.

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PLEASE NOTE: This is a companion to Bob Woodward’s The Last of the President’s Men and NOT the original book.

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The Last of the President’s Men is a nonfiction work about Alexander Butterfield, an aide in the White House during President Richard Nixon’s first administration, written by Pulitzer Prize winning writer Bob Woodward. This is the fifth book Woodward has written about the Watergate scandal.

Inside this companion to the book:

·        Summary of the book

·        Important People

·        Character Analysis

·        Analysis of the Themes and Author’s Style

About the Author:  With Instaread, you can get the notes and insights from a book in 15 minutes or less.

Visit our website at instaread.co.

Guide to Bob Woodward’s The Last of the President’s Men by Instaread - eBook

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Fascinating look at Ri...
Fascinating look at Richard Nixon through the eyes of Alexander Butterfield, the man who revealed the existence of the secret recording system in the White House. I found myself feeling sorry for Nixon and wondering how in the world someone so socially inept and emotionally stunted ended up as president.
Most helpful negative review
The Last of the Presid...
The Last of the President's Men by Bob Woodward is a thin work that could just as well not be published. It is a hatchet job on Nixon by Woodward. Very biased against Nixon. It never mentions Nixon's triumphs of which there were many. Not worth the detour.
Most helpful positive review
Fascinating look at Ri...
Fascinating look at Richard Nixon through the eyes of Alexander Butterfield, the man who revealed the existence of the secret recording system in the White House. I found myself feeling sorry for Nixon and wondering how in the world someone so socially inept and emotionally stunted ended up as president.
Most helpful negative review
The Last of the Presid...
The Last of the President's Men by Bob Woodward is a thin work that could just as well not be published. It is a hatchet job on Nixon by Woodward. Very biased against Nixon. It never mentions Nixon's triumphs of which there were many. Not worth the detour.
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Fascinating look at Ri...

Fascinating look at Richard Nixon through the eyes of Alexander Butterfield, the man who revealed the existence of the secret recording system in the White House. I found myself feeling sorry for Nixon and wondering how in the world someone so socially inept and emotionally stunted ended up as president.

5401 The Last of the ...

5401 The Last of the President's Men, by Bob Woodward (read 24 Aug 2016) This book tells how Alexander Butterfield came to be in Nixon's White House and tells of his time there and that account is interesting but the book becomes super-exciting as it leads up to Butterfield being questioned by staffers of theWatergate Investigating committee. The Democratic staffer did not ask the question but the Republican staffer asked:" "Are you aware of the installation of anylistening devices in the Oval Office?" Butterfield would not lie andanswered truthfully. The entire investigation took a new turn and that question, asked on July 16, 1973, led inexorably toe Nixon's resignation on August 9, 1974. The book is super-interesting, even though we all llmpw the stopry. But hjis book throws new lght on the whole story and I found it super-exciting.

This is an interesting...

This is an interesting and frightening look at the Nixon White House told from the perspective of Alexander Butterfield, most famous for his disclosure of the White House taping system that helped end a presidency. Butterfield left a promising career in the military to pursue a position in Nixon's administration through his college association with Bob Haldeman, one of Nixon's top aides. He ended up working in an office next to the Oval Office for three years, and in such a trusted position knew many of his boss's secrets as well as his personality quirks. Accompanying his story are the documents that verify his tales, making it an interesting walk through history.

Was not up to Bob Wood...

Was not up to Bob Woodward's standard of excellence. However, it was another interesting perspective on a major national event.

The Last of the Presid...

The Last of the President's Men by Bob Woodward is a thin work that could just as well not be published. It is a hatchet job on Nixon by Woodward. Very biased against Nixon. It never mentions Nixon's triumphs of which there were many. Not worth the detour.

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