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Unmasking Deep Throat

Unmasking Deep Throat

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Published by Salon Media Group, Inc . in San Francisco .
Written in English


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  The flagship Web site of San Francisco's Salon Media Group did offer an electronic book by former Nixon White House attorney John Dean, "Unmasking Deep Throat," available for download for $8. Find nearly any book by JOHN W DEAN. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over , booksellers. Search › Find all books by 'JOHN W DEAN' and compare prices 'Unmasking Deep Throat' More editions of Unmasking Deep Throat: Unmasking Deep Throat: ISBN ().

  Reviewing the interview that precedes John Dean's "Unmasking Deep Throat" (e-published via Salon), it sounds like all his research led him to the same guy the Illinois students have picked, only in the end he dismissed him as Throat. Dean says, "To make a story I tell in the book very short, I turned out to be the exercise was important in removing from consideration a former. The unmasking of Deep Throat by Vanity Fair bolsters journalist Edward Jay Epstein’s outsider view that press coverage of Washington scandals depends as much—or more—on the motives of the.

In , John Dean wrote a special e-book for called UNMASKING DEEP THROAT — which still leaves the question open and room for another few decades of speculation.   The lawyer's verdict was that it would be difficult to justify unmasking Deep Throat - who is now in his nineties and deep into dementia - without iron-clad affidavits from Felt and his family.


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Unmasking Deep Throat Download PDF EPUB FB2

"Unmasking Deep Throat" John Dean, on a decades-long quest to identify history's most elusive news source, brings new evidence to the fore in his new book.

Unmasking Deep Throat Coming June John Dean and Salon team up for an innovative e-book : Salon Staff. "Unmasking Deep Throat" assembles all the clues in one place and adds crucial new evidence Dean has uncovered in the archives and drawn together from his own recollections.

The book significantly narrows the roster of Throat "suspects," zeroing in on the small handful of remaining possibilities. When W. Mark Felt, the onetime number two at the FBI, unmasked himself as Deep Throat in Maya few close observers weren’t surprised.

They had suspected that Felt was Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein’s fabled Watergate source: Injust two months after All the President’s Men disclosed Deep Throat’s existence, Washingtonian editor Jack Limpert fingered Felt. Deep Throat was born, then, in the first or second rewrite of All the President's Men, which appeared in bookstores in June of That makes the date of conception latewhen Woodward and.

But a major argument running through Dean’s book, and also through the just-released computer-assisted Finder’s Guide to Deep Throat, by William Gaines’ journalism class at. Deep Throat is back, at least in the news. The 30th anniversary of the Watergate break-in this week has renewed the debate over the identity of the clandestine source who helped two enterprising Washington Post reporters break perhaps the biggest newspaper story of all time.

Indeed, yesterday's publication of John Dean's investigation into the newspaper's investigation provided a June. The Deep Throat issue now by John Dean in the book last done Unmasking Deep Throat had named that the persons who was DT was more than just one person. At best Dean stated it had to be at least two or three people to make this up.

That in going throught the notes in Woodward hands now and Dean saw and read them all. In his book, “Unmasking Deep Throat,” Dean claimed that the Watergate source was either one of Nixon’s speechwriters -- Patrick Buchanan or Ray Price -. And a new book on the FBI by a former Washington Post reporter, Ronald Kessler, contains reporting that points the finger at a possible suspect in the FBI.

None of this is virgin territory. Deciphering the identity of Deep Throat has been an ongoing exercise - one that ebbs and flows.

Click to read more about Unmasking Deep Throat: History’s Most Elusive News Source / by John W. Dean. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5.

Deep Throat is the pseudonym given to the secret informant who provided information in to Bob Woodward, who shared it with Carl rd and Bernstein were reporters for The Washington Post, and Deep Throat provided key details about the involvement of U.S. President Richard Nixon's administration in what came to be known as the Watergate scandal.

On the eve of the publication of “Unmasking Deep Throat,” a book by former Nixon aide John Dean that Dean said has reduced to “about a thimbleful” the names of people who might be Bob. The latest comes from former Nixon aide John Dean, whose new book, "Unmasking Deep Throat," seeks to further winnow the list of suspects.

CANDIDATES: Here's a look at several Deep Throat suspects. Decades later, 'Deep Throat' unmasked. By journalistic secrets was solved yesterday with the unmasking of an aging, retired FBI official as the anonymous Watergate-era source known as "Deep.

“Deep Throat” was the mysterious nickname given to W. Mark Felt, the F.B.I. official who secretly helped reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein uncover the Watergate scandal during the presidency of Richard ’s identity was unknown to the public during the.

Each of these endeavors arrived at different conclusions using different methods, but none has provided a "final" answer to this puzzle - Dean's book UNMASKING DEEP THROAT eventually settled on four possible suspects, Prof. Gaines's suspect was in South America on a day when Deep Throat was in Washington, and Woodward publicly stated that.

As the two Post reporters would explain in their behind-the-scenes book about Watergate, All the President’s Men, Deep Throat lived in solitary dread, under the constant threat of.

Deep Throat, he writes, was not mentioned in the original book proposal. The thinly defended claim is a minor part of ''Too Good to Be Forgotten.'' In an interview, Mr. Obst said, ''I Author: Felicity Barringer.

• With the Jrelease of his book Unmasking Deep Throat, which included a list of Deep Throat candidates, Dean answered questions about his Deep Throat search in an online interview and wrote a FindLaw article suggesting that Deep Throat was a lawyer working in the White House.

Deep Throat was unmasked to the public when he died about ten years ago, and he turned out to be one Mark Felt, Jr., J. Edgar Hoover's associate director of the FBI. Felt was passed over for promotion to director of the FBI by President Nixon. Ex-F.B.I. Chief Calls Deep Throat's Unmasking a Shock.

W. Mark Felt, was Deep Throat. In his book, "The F.B.I. Pyramid From the Inside," Mr. Between Deep Throat’s period of contribution () and his voluntary unmasking inthe intense media scrutiny uncovered several possible “suspects.” One of those was Mark Felt, a senior FBI agent (#2 behind Hoover for many years) who .