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Changes During the 94th Congress
Changes During the 94th Congress
Changes During the 94th Congress
Representative Dellums describes the impact of the Watergate scandal on Congress.
The Honorable Ronald V. Dellums, U.S. Representative of California
Effect of Watergate on Press Coverage
Effect of Watergate on Press Coverage
Effect of Watergate on Press Coverage
Reflections on changes to committee press coverage following the Watergate hearings.
Tina Tate, Director, Radio-TV Gallery, U.S. House of Representatives
"I Never Thought That Women Could Play This Kind of a Role"
"I Never Thought That Women Could Play This Kind of a Role"
"I Never Thought That Women Could Play This Kind of a Role"
The Honorable Elizabeth Holtzman emphasizes the importance of serving as a woman on the House Judiciary Committee during the Watergate investigation.
The Honorable Elizabeth Holtzman, U.S. Representative of New York
"I Really Felt As Though I Were in Quicksand"
"I Really Felt As Though I Were in Quicksand"
"I Really Felt As Though I Were in Quicksand"
The Honorable Elizabeth Holtzman remembers feeling overwhelmed by the extent of the Watergate scandal.
The Honorable Elizabeth Holtzman, U.S. Representative of New York
Logistical Arrangements
Logistical Arrangements
Logistical Arrangements
Overview of the media coverage during the House hearings on Watergate.
Tina Tate, Director, Radio-TV Gallery, U.S. House of Representatives
Preparing for the Media Attention
Preparing for the Media Attention
Preparing for the Media Attention
Discussion of the necessary preparations for press coverage of the Judiciary Committee hearings.
Mike Michaelson, Director, Radio-TV Gallery, U.S. House of Representatives
Questioning President Ford
Questioning President Ford
Questioning President Ford
The Honorable Elizabeth Holtzman recalls questioning President Ford on the pardon of Richard Nixon.
The Honorable Elizabeth Holtzman, U.S. Representative of New York
Role in History
Role in History
Role in History
Reflections on the significant role of the House Judiciary Committee during the Watergate Era.
Donnald K. Anderson, Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives
Staff and the Impeachment of President Nixon: Part One
Staff and the Impeachment of President Nixon: Part One
Staff and the Impeachment of President Nixon: Part One
Muriel Morisey explains the strict confidentiality of the Watergate investigation.
Muriel Morisey, Senior Legislative Assistant, Representative Shirley Chisholm of New York
Staff and the Impeachment of President Nixon: Part Two
Staff and the Impeachment of President Nixon: Part Two
Staff and the Impeachment of President Nixon: Part Two
Muriel Morisey remembers her role during and after the Watergate investigation.
Muriel Morisey, Senior Legislative Assistant, Representative Shirley Chisholm of New York
The 18-Minute Gap
The 18-Minute Gap
The 18-Minute Gap
Linda Melconian recounts her experience on the House Floor during a pivotal moment in the Watergate investigation.
Linda Melconian, Assistant Counsel and Legislative Assistant, Speaker Thomas P. (Tip) O'Neill, Jr., of Massachusetts
The Nixon Impeachment Hearings
The Nixon Impeachment Hearings
The Nixon Impeachment Hearings
Background on the decision to hold the Nixon impeachment hearings in the House Judiciary Committee Room in 1974.
Benjamin C. West, Superintendent, Daily Press Gallery, U.S. House of Representatives