John Dean Speaks About Watergate Tell-All Book At Greenwich Library

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The Greenwich Library will host John Dean, former Richard Nixon legal counsel  on Tuesday, July 29.
The Greenwich Library will host John Dean, former Richard Nixon legal counsel on Tuesday, July 29. Photo Credit: File

GREENWICH, Conn. -- John Dean, a key player in the administration of President Richard Nixon, will speak at the Greenwich Library about his new tell-all book about the Watergate break-in and cover-up on Tuesday, July 29, at 7 p.m. 

Dean was legal counsel to Nixon during the Watergate scandal, and his Senate testimony led to Nixon's resignation. In 2006, Dean also testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee investigating George W. Bush's NSA warrant-less wiretap program.

Copies of Dean's books, including the new "The Nixon Defense: What He Knew and When He Knew It," will be available for purchase and signing through Diane's Books at the event.

The discussion is open to all at no charge, but seating in the Cole Auditorium is limited and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.

The Greenwich Library is located at 101 W. Putnam Ave. Call 203-622-7900 or visit the website at for more information. 

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Up until now, the real truth about Watergate has never been fully reported. Thanks to Nixon's right-hand man Roger Stone, all that is about to change. In his book "Nixon's Secrets" he tells all that Nixon personally revealed to him. That would include facts from before the break-in, immediately afterward and then other juicy tidbits Nixon shared with him after he left the White House:

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