Close

Subscription

Close

Communications.Management.Marketing

Truth Is Just Perception

Book Review: “The Final Days” By Bob Woodward And Carl Bernstein (1976, 476 Pages)

A farsighted read?

Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein are the two Washington Post journalists who uncovered the Watergate scandal.

In “The Final Days,” they describe the final months of Richard Nixon’s Presidency and give an hour-by-hour account of his final days in the White House. It is the sequel to “All The President’s Men.

The Final Days

The Final Days” offers so much inside, intimate information that it sometimes feels voyeuristic. Still, the real added value of the book is to give a human perspective to a political drama of Shakespearean proportions.

Believe it or not, this book is absolutely gripping even though we know the end of the story.

Obviously, one can’t read “The Final Days” without reflecting on the current political situation. In particular, it is extremely interesting to observe the evolution of the attitude of the Republican leadership.

RATING: B.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Go up

Logo created by HaGE via Crowdspring.com

Carousel pic credits : I Timmy, jbuhler, Jacynthroode, ktsimage, lastbeats, nu_andrei, United States Library of Congress.

Icon credits : Entypo