Tim Naftali http://wesa.fm en Watergate: Promoting a Legacy With a Fair-Minded Approach http://wesa.fm/post/watergate-promoting-legacy-fair-minded-approach <p>The word Watergate carries so many powerful connotations in American culture. It describes a place, a crime, a cover-up, legal and congressional investigations...So when dedicating a place of honor to a dignitary like Richard Nixon, how do you provide a balanced representation? <strong>Tim Naftali</strong>, former director of the Richard M. Nixon Library and Museum talks about being tasked with producing a fair-minded representation of Nixon and the Watergate scandal. And <strong>Alexander Butterfield</strong>, is the deputy assistant to President Nixon, who told investigators that the president had been taping conversations. He talks about what it was like to provide the revelation that changed the trajectory of the Watergate affair. Both gentlemen are panelists for a University of Pittsburgh lecture titled <strong>Watergate: Third-Rate Burglary or Historical Turning Point? </strong>Catch a <a href="http://www.honorscollege.pitt.edu/watergate">live stream</a> of the talk on March 28th at 7:30pm Thu, 28 Mar 2013 01:00:00 +0000 Heather McClain 6906 at http://wesa.fm Watergate: Promoting a Legacy With a Fair-Minded Approach