Library of Congress, WGBH Digitize Watergate Hearings

Public TV's 51 days of coverage all available online
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WASHINGTON—Courtesy of the Library of Congress and WGBH Boston, the public broadcasts of the 1973 Watergate hearings that ultimately led to the impeachment of President Richard Nixon are now available for viewing online. The tapes, donated by WETA Washington, have been digitized and are available as part of the American Archive of Public Broadcasting. The entire 51 days of trial coverage is available.

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