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Nixon and Watergate

This solution offers ways in which President Nixon's activities of criminal obstruction of justice, the improper or illegal use of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Central Intelligence Agency and the Internal Revenue Service threatened the American system of government. It also examines the Constitutional process in this case.

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As you assess ways in which resident Nixon's activities of criminal obstruction of justice, the improper or illegal use of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Central Intelligence Agency and the Internal Revenue Service threatened the American system of government, please note that he broke all oaths sworn as the supreme leader and commander-in-chief to America. Specifically, his obstruction of justice directly violated his constitutional oath to execute the office of President of the United States to the best of ...

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This posting offers personal data and several research links about Nixon's obstructions of justice during Watergate.

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