She was set out on such a difficult voyage
She learned very well and very fast and you know, she learned the way the rest of us learned -- by making mistakes and not being scared of saying so.
Where would Felt have gone?
He couldn't really go to his superior, who was L. Patrick Gray, who was busy throwing documents into the Potomac River from the bridge. He couldn't go to the attorney general, who was on his way to jail himself.
She was the premier American publisher, ... She got tested more than most of them, and she stood up with such bravery.
The Fun Couple.
He was a strong leader and dedicated his paper to excellence as well as financial success, and there weren't many of those.
I don't think I said it. I know who his source is, and I don't want to get into it. ... I have not told a soul who it is.
The biggest difference between Kennedy and Nixon, as far as the press is concerned, is simply this: Jack Kennedy really liked newspaper people and he really enjoyed sparring with journalists.
I think he had a strange, passionate devotion to the truth and a horror at what he saw going on.
You never monkey with the truth.
The really tough thing would have been to decide to take Woodward and Bernstein off the story. They were carrying the coal for us - in that their stories were right.
We made only one real mistake. And even then we were right.
We were right about the slush fund. But Sloan did not testify about it to the Grand Jury.
I never believed that Nixon could fully resurrect himself. And the proof of that was in the obits.