This book is a detailed recounting of the Watergate scandal, as uncovered by Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein. It offers an inside look at the workings of government and politics in America, as well as the role of the media in investigative journalism.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for people who are interested in American government and politics, as well as investigative journalism.
- It is a detailed recounting of the Watergate scandal, providing an inside look at government and politics in America.
- It offers insights into the role of investigative journalism in our society.
- The writing is engaging and easy to read.
- It is dense and may be difficult for beginners to follow
- It can be dry at times
- Some of the information may be outdated
Learn more about the author
In his early career, Bob Woodward was known as a conservative military analyst. After meeting Carl Bernstein at the Washington Post in 1972, the two teamed up to cover the Watergate scandal. The resulting book, All the President’s Men, won a Pulitzer Prize and cemented both reporters’ reputations as investigative journalists ofthe highest caliber.
“All the President’s Men is a work of great historical importance, as well as a cracking good read.”
“All the President’s Men is a masterpiece of investigative journalism. Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein provide an in-depth look at how the Watergate scandal unfolded, from their early reportage of the story to its dramatic conclusion. This book is essential reading for anyone interested in American government and politics.”
“All the President’s Men is a superb piece of investigative journalism. It is also one of the most dramatic and compelling stories ever told about politics and power in America.”
“I read All the President’s Men for a college journalism class and it was one of the most interesting things I’ve ever read. It makes you realize how much goes on behind the scenes in politics and how important investigative reporters are to our society. If you’re interested in learning more about Watergate, American politics, or just some good old-fashioned investigative journalism, then this is the book for you.”