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Journalist Bernstein casts a sometimes appreciative, sometimes condemnatory eye on covering the Washington, D.C., of old, from Jim Crow to Camelot.

 Kirkus Reviews

Carl Bernstein is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author best known for his work with Bob Woodward in breaking the Watergate story in the Washington Post and in the classic book, All the President's Men. Bernstein's pursuit of the truth continues to change the landscape of American journalism. For over four decades, he has been setting the standard for modern investigative reporting, achieving a legacy of balanced, award-winning journalism. Through his books, as a contributing editor for Vanity Fair and as a political analyst for CNN, Bernstein reflects on a crucial theme that has coursed through American history: the use and abuse of power in politics, media, finance and spirituality.

Who Is Carl Bernstein? → Check Out Bernstein’s Bibliography → Listen to this Oral History of Carl Bernstein from the Richard Nixon Presidential Library →
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