Table of contents for Watergate and the resignation of Richard Nixon : impact of a Constitutional crisis / Harry P. Jeffrey and Thomas Maxwell-Long, editors.

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FOREWORD 
John W. Dean
PREFACE
ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS
CHAPTER 1 
The Nixon Presidency: Watergate and the Resignation
Harry P. Jeffrey
CHAPTER 2 
Politics, Public Opinion, and Political Culture
Joseph A. Palermo
CHAPTER 3 
Separation of Powers
Leon Friedman
CHAPTER 4
Special Prosecutors and Independent Counsels
Katy J. Harriger
CHAPTER 5
Executive Privilege
Mark J. Rozell
CHAPTER 6
Impeachment
Michael J. Gerhardt
CHAPTER 7 
White House Crisis Management
Thomas Maxwell-Long
CHAPTER 8 
The Media
Russ Witcher
CHAPTER 9 
The Nixon Resignation and the Ford Presidency
Thomas S. Langston
CHAPTER 10
The Rehabilitation of Richard Nixon
Thomas J. Johnson
CHAPTER 11
Nixon in American Memory
David Greenberg
DOCUMENTS
Introduction
List of Documents
I. Richard Nixon and American Politics 
 1. Oral Histories: Jane Milhous Beeson, Mary George Skidmore, James Grieves, and Paul Smith, 19701977
 2. Nixon's "Checkers Speech," September 23, 1952
 3. Nixon's Presidential Nomination Acceptance Speech, Chicago, July 27, 1960
 4. Nixon's "Need for Leadership" Speech, Greensboro, North Carolina, August 17, 1960
 5. Presidential Election Results, 1960
 6. Nixon's Presidential Nomination Acceptance Speech, Miami, August 8, 1968
 7. Presidential Election Results, 1968
 8. President Nixon's Inaugural Address, January 20, 1969
 9. President Nixon's "Silent Majority" Speech, November 3, 1969
10. Presidential Election Results, 1972
11. President Nixon's Inaugural Address, January 20, 1973
12. President Nixon's End of the Vietnam War ("Peace with Honor") Speech, January 23, 1973	
13. President Nixon's Announcement of the Resignations of H.R. Haldeman, John D. Ehrlichman, and John W. Dean, April 30, 1973
14. President Nixon's Presidential Tapes and Materials Address, April 29, 1974
15. President Nixon's Announcement of His Resignation, August 8, 1974
16. President Nixon's Letter of Resignation, August 8, 1974
17. President Nixon's Address to the Cabinet and White House Staff, August 8, 1974
II. Constitutional and Political Issues
18. Articles I, II, and III of the U.S. Constitution
19. Federalist Nos. 47, 65, and 66, 17871788
20. Presidential Succession Act of 1792
21. Line of Presidential Succession after the Act of 1886
22. Presidential Succession Act of 1947
23. Twenty-fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, Presidential Succession, 1967
24. Morrison v. Olson, 1988
25. Articles of Impeachment against Andrew Johnson, March 2, 1868
26. Articles of Impeachment against Bill Clinton, December 11 and 12, 1998
27. Articles of Impeachment against Richard Nixon, July 27, 1974
III. Responses to the Movement for Impeachment
28. The "Smoking Gun" Tape, Meeting between President Nixon and Chief of Staff H.R. Haldeman in the Oval Office, June 23, 1972
29. Meeting between President Nixon, H.R. Haldeman, and John W. Dean in the Oval Office, September 15, 1972
30. Meeting between President Nixon and John W. Dean in the Oval Office, March 17, 1973
31. "Cancer on the Presidency" Tape, Meeting between President Nixon and John W. Dean in the Oval Office, March 21, 1973 
32. Excerpts, United States v. Nixon, 1974
33. House Judiciary Committee Chair Peter W. Rodino Jr.'s Speech on the Impeachment of President Nixon, House Judiciary Committee, April 4, 1974
34. Rep. Barbara Jordan's Speech on the Impeachment of President Nixon, House Judiciary Committee, July 25, 1974
35. House Judiciary Committee Impeachment Votes, 1974
IV. Postresignation Analysis
36. President Gerald R. Ford's Inaugural Address, August 9, 1974
37. President Ford's Proclamation 4311 Granting a Pardon to Richard Nixon, September 8, 1974
38. Remarks of President Ford upon Granting a Pardon to Former President Nixon, September 8, 1974
39. Remarks of Richard Nixon on the Ford Pardon, September 9, 1974
40. Memo from Carl B. Feldbaum and Peter M. Kreindler to Leon Jaworski, August 9, 1974
41. Presidential Election Results, 1976
42. President Jimmy Carter's Inaugural Address, January 20, 1977
43. Eulogy by President Bill Clinton at Nixon's Funeral, April 27, 1994
44. Eulogy by Sen. Robert J. Dole at Nixon's Funeral, April 27, 1994
45. Eulogy by Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger at Nixon's Funeral, April 27, 1994
CAST OF CHARACTERS
INDEX

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Watergate Affair, 1972-1974.
Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913- -- Resignation.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1969-1974.
Watergate Affair, 1972-1974 -- Sources.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1969-1974 -- Sources.