Deep throat an institutional analysis

WITH the anniversary of Watergate approaching, one question about the affair remains as haunting today as it was at the time: Who was Deep Throat, the mysterious source within the federal government who repeatedly met The Washington Post's Bob Woodward in a parking garage in the early morning hours to guide the Post's inquiries into the scandal, to pass on information about the federal investigation, and to thwart the Nixon Administration's efforts to rein in that investigation? The identity of Deep Throat remains a subject of intense public curiosity. A recent book about Watergate, Silent Coup, by Len Colodny and Robert Gettlin, shot to the top of best-seller lists in large part because of its speculation the authors admitted they had no proof that Alexander Haig, who was Henry Kissinger's deputy at the National Security Council at the time of the break-in, was at one point Woodward's prime source. Over the years countless other recognizable names within the Nixon White House have figured in the speculation. Beyond mere curiosity, the answer to the question is of considerable historical interest.
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Deep Throat: An Institutional Analysis

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Special limited time offer to qualified returning subscribers. To empower members to confidently understand and navigate a continuously changing and complex global environment. Profile Notifications Sign Out. We noticed that your subscription has lapsed. By George Friedman The United States or at least its Baby Boomers has been gripped by the revelation that the fabled Deep Throat, the person who provided the legendary Woodward and Bernstein the guidance needed to cover the Watergate scandal, was Mark Felt, a senior official in the Federal Bureau of Investigation. In spite of the claims of some, Felt was never high on the list of suspects. The assumption was always that Deep Throat was a member of the White House staff, simply because he knew so much about the details of the workings of the Nixon White House.
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Deep Throat is the pseudonym given to the secret informant who provided information in to Bob Woodward , who shared it with Carl Bernstein. By then, Felt was suffering from dementia and had previously denied being Deep Throat, but Woodward and Bernstein then confirmed the attorney's claim. According to the authors, Deep Throat was a key source of information behind a series of articles that introduced the misdeeds of the Nixon administration to the general public.
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Esquire had it wrong; Atlantic Monthly had it right. Leonard Garment's book missed the mark; Ronald Kessler's was on the money. William Gaines' college journalism A year national guessing game is over: W. Felt, it turns out, is the final answer — and not too many had it right.
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