The Watergate scandal that gripped the nation from 1972 to '74 is seen through the eyes of Dick Cavett, who interviewed many of the principles on his talk show at the time, including John Ehrlichman and G. Gordon Liddy. In addition to clips of those exchanges, the documentary features new insights from journalists Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward; former White House counsel John Dean; and Watergate historian Timothy Naftali.
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