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Carl Bernstein (played by Robert Redford) and Bob Woodard (played by Dustin Hoffman) sitting in The Washington Post’s office.
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Journalism Is Not Sexy

‘All The President’s Men’ is still an entertaining fantasy about the gorgeous free press

The political thriller All The President’s Men tells the true story of two Washington Post reporters who uncovered a scandal that brought down Richard Nixon, the 37th President of the United States. In the movie, these newspapermen did it by writing good, solid pieces of…




by John DeVore

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