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The term "Watergate" generally refers to the June 17, 1972, break-in of the Democratic National Committee offices in the Watergate office complex in Washington, D.C. The Watergate Special Prosecution Force subpoenaed conversations relating to the Watergate break-in and the administration cover-up to use in trials of Watergate conspirators. Learn More . . .

Available Watergate-Related Tapes

These excerpts of conversations relating directly to Watergate are commonly refered to as the Excerpted Conversations.  [See Also:  Excerpted Watergate-Related Conversations]

Watergate Trial Tapes

Access the audio and transcripts to the excerpted Nixon White House taped conversations that were introduced as evidence in the Watergate Trials.

Watergate Special Prosecution Force Conversations

Access the transcripts to the excerpted Nixon White House tape conversations that were subpoenaed by the Watergate Special Prosecutor's Office for use in its investigations.

Abuse of Governmental Power Conversations

Access the subject logs, participants, and topics of the tapes used to identify conversations relating to Watergate and abuses of governmental power.

Excerpted Watergate-Related Taped Conversations

Contains transcripts and ordering information for the excerpted Watergate-related taped conversations.

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