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The investigation conducted by ________________ began to turn up more details about the Watergate Scandal. a. G. Gordon Libby b. Nixon and Hunt c. Woodward and Bernstein d. the Special Senate Committee
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Republican Vice President forced to resign in 1973
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One outcome of the Watergate scandal was the a. impeachment of Nixon. b. resignation of Gerald Ford. c. conviction of Nixon by the Senate. d. resignation of Richard Nixon.
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One outcome of the Watergate scandal was the d. resignation of Richard Nixon.
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Nixon’s White House staffers created an "enemies list" that targeted people who were critical of his administration.
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