Investigative journalist Bob Woodward, the co-author of ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MEN, examines presidential power after Watergate through key events in the Carter, Ford, Reagan, Bush, and Clinton administrations. He sees a diminishing respect for the office and a growing cynicism and interest in salaciousness by the public and the press.
Length: 608 pages
Height: 9.5 x 6.8 x 1.8
Format: HC/DJ-1999-1st Ed.
Weight: 2 lbs.
Twenty-five years after Nixon's resignation, the reporter who helped break the story explains how Watergate--the premier scandal of our time--has indelibly altered American politics, culture, and the presidency. of photos.
"As his reporting in Watergate demonstrated twenty-five years ago, Woodward is a highly effective investigative journalist. These skills are on full display in SHADOW."
Nation - Robert Dallek (07/26/1999)