|Author:||Senate Select Committee,Daniel Schorr|
|Title:||The Senate Watergate Report: The Historic Ervin Committee Report, Which Initiated the Fall of a President|
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|Publisher:||Carroll & Graf (July 6, 2005)|
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The Final Report of the Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities. The Ervin Committee Report, The Watergate Report). and President Richard n's attempted cover-up of its involvement. When the conspiracy was discovered and investigated by the .
The Senate Watergate Committee, known officially as the Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, was a special committee established by the United States Senate, . es. 60, in 1973, to investigate the Watergate scandal, with the power to investigate the break-in at the Democratic National Committee (DNC) headquarters at the Watergate office complex in Washington, .
The book chronicles the investigative reporting of Woodward and Bernstein from Woodward's initial report on the Watergate break-in through the resignations of H. R. Haldeman and John Ehrlichman, and the revelation of the Nixon tapes by Alexander Butterfield in 1973. It relates the events behind the major stories the duo wrote for the "Post", naming some sources who had previously refused to be identified for their initial articles, notably Hugh Sloan. Odle, J. Director of Administration ("office manager") for CRP Kenneth W. Parkinson, CRP counsel Herbert L. Porter, CRP organizer and former White House aide from Google Books] Donald H. Segretti, political operative for CRP Hugh W. Sloan
Several factors contributed to the committee’s overall success including extensive media coverage, sustained public interest, the meticulous work of investigators, the cooperation of key witnesses, and the continuing support of the full Senate. Claiming a constitutional separation of powers, he refused to allow his aides to testify. Outcome The committee submitted its final report including legislative recommendations on June 27, 1974. On July 24 the Supreme Court ruled unanimously in a separate case, United States v. Nixon, that the president must surrender the tapes to the special prosecutor.