The Watergate girl : my fight for truth and justice against a criminal president / Jill Wine-Banks.
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|Abington Community Library||973.924 WINE (Text)||50687011697698||Stacks||Checked Out||11/02/2020|
|Albright Memorial Library||973.924 WINE (Text)||50686015596104||Stacks||Checked Out||10/28/2020|
- ISBN: 9781250244321
- ISBN: 1250244323
- Physical Description: x, 258 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 22 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : Henry Holt and Company, 2020.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Joining the team -- Archie and the gang -- The Watergate boy -- Nine conversations -- Saturday night fever -- The morning after -- Secretary of morale -- The lady lawyer -- Kurt -- The days of wine and rose -- Two ladies arguing -- To indict or not -- The road map -- Indictment -- Exit the king -- The trial -- After Watergate -- No fear of flying.
"It was a time, much like today, when Americans feared for the future of their democracy and women stood up for equal treatment. At the crossroads of the Watergate scandal and the women's movement stood a young lawyer named Jill Wine Volner (as she was then known), barely thirty years old and in charge of some of the most important prosecutions of high-ranking White House officials. Called "the mini-skirted lawyer" by the press, she fought to receive the respect accorded her male counterparts- and prevailed. In The Watergate Girl, Jill Wine-Banks takes us inside this troubled time in American history, and it is impossible to read about the crimes of Richard Nixon and the people around him without drawing parallels to today's headlines. The book is also the story of a young woman who sought to make her professional mark while trapped in a failing marriage, buffeted by sexist preconceptions, and harboring secrets of her own that kept her on a knife-edge. Her house was burgled, her phones were tapped, and even her office garbage was rifled through. At once a cautionary tale and an inspiration for those who believe in the power of justice and the rule of law, The Watergate Girl is a revelation about our country, our politics, and our society"-- Provided by publisher.
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