Photograph by Fred Maroon

The Nixon Years

Spectators during the Watergate
hearings.  June 26, 1973. 


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For the average American citizen, watching one's government in action is both a right and a duty.  Men and women of all ages, from every walk of life and every section of the country, filled every available seat and all the standing room at the back.  It was better entertainment than any theater, it was real, and it was free.  It was one thing to watch it on television, but far more energizing to be there in person.  Except when things got dull.

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