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John Dean was Richard Nixon's White House Counsel during the Watergate scandal and impeachment process. When Nixon's advisers decided to pin the blame on Dean, Dean vowed that he wouldn't go down alone, and told everything he knew. He has consistently been one of the most severe critics of the Bush Administration. Dean is currently an author, columnist, and commentator on contemporary politics, strongly critical of conservatism and Republican Party, and a registered independent supporting impeachment of President Bush.

After the revelation that George W. Bush authorized NSA wiretaps without warrants, Dean asserted that Bush is "the first President to admit to an impeachable offense".

BooksEdit

  • Dean, John W. (1976). Blind Ambition: The White House Years. Simon and Schuster. ISBN 0671224387.
  • Dean, John W. (1982). Lost Honor. Stratford Press. ISBN 0-936906-15-4.
  • Dean, John W. (2001). The Rehnquist Choice: The Untold Story of the Nixon Appointment that Redefined the Supreme Court. Free Press. ISBN 0-7432-2607-0.
  • Dean, John W. (2002). Unmasking Deep Throat. Salon.com. ISBN 0-9721874-1-3.
  • Dean, John W.; Schlesinger, Arthur M. (2004). Warren G. Harding (The American Presidents). Times Books. ISBN 0-8050-6956-9.
  • Dean, John W. (2004). Worse than Watergate: The Secret Presidency of George W. Bush. Little, Brown. ISBN 0-316-00023-X.
  • Dean, John W. (2006). Conservatives without Conscience. Viking Adult. ISBN 0-670-03774-5.
  • Dean, John W. (2007). Broken Government: How Republican Rule Destroyed the Legislative, Executive and Judicial Branches. Viking Adult. ISBN 0-670-01820-1.

External ReferencesEdit

Wikipedia article

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