By Bob Woodward, Carl Bernstein
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In the main devastating political detective tale of the century, Washington Post journalists, whose excellent, Pulitzer Prize-winning research smashed the Watergate scandal broad open, inform the behind-the-scenes drama how it rather occurred.
Beginning with the tale of an easy housebreaking at Democratic headquarters after which carrying on with with headline after headline, Bernstein and Woodward stored the story of conspiracy and the path of soiled tips coming -- providing the lovely revelations and items within the Watergate puzzle that led to Nixon's scandalous downfall. Their explosive experiences received a Pulitzer Prize for The Washington Post and toppled the President. this can be the ebook that modified the US.
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61 University education very obviously promotes the Anglo–American journalism model as a transcultural professional canon and a uniﬁed perception of roles, which journalism graduates acquire globally. Frames and Contradictions of the Journalistic Profession 25 When it comes to practitioners who are not always journalism graduates – and the representative surveys always include them as well – the picture changes remarkably. The global surveys, done by the teams of David H. 62 Compared nation by nation the survey answers demonstrate little or no international consensus about the purpose of journalism, except to bring the news as fast as possible to the audience.