Click here to subscribe to the RFK Tapes, and click here to subscr Slow Burn presents a preview of Upon Further Review, an five-episode miniseries about the greatest what ifs in sports history. Football really mattered to Richard Nixon. Only one problem — he sucked at it. That frustration fueled a persecution complex that would eventually bring down his presidency. How would history be different had Nixon been And was his downfall inevitable? Slate Plus members get a bonus episode every This week, we're releasing some samples of those episodes—interviews with people with a unique perspective on Watergate.
What did Richard Nixon do when he felt the walls closing in? How did the country respond? And what did it feel like when people finally got to hear those tapes? Why were so many Americans ready to believe conspiracy theories after Watergate? And given what we know about Watergate—what separates a conspiracy theory from just a theory?
At a bar in Queens, and in the Senate offices, Nixon's supporters stood with him long after it was clear his hands were dirty. How did they rationalize their position?
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And what, finally, made them waver? How a folksy segregationist senator, a team of young investigators, and a few whistleblowers staged the hearings that made Watergate must-see TV. Woodward and Bernstein, Walter Cronkite, and a host of other journalists tried to make people care about Watergate in the run-up to the election. In , the Senate Watergate hearings gripped the nation. But the first congressional hearings on the scandal took place a year earlier—and featured an angry Texan shouting at four empty chairs. People called her crazy, and to be fair she must have seemed crazy.
But she was onto something. It took two years for the Watergate scandal to unfold—for a break-in at the Democratic Party's headquarters to go from a weird little caper to a constitutional crisis that brought down a president. What was it like to experience those two years in real time? Hosted by Leon Neyfakh.
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