Privacy in Perpetuity

Friday, May 02, 2003

When Woodward and Bernstein sold the Watergate archives to the University of Texas a few weeks ago, the U of T promised to keep Deep Throat's identity a secret until his death. Former Nixon lawyer Leonard Garment does not approve of the deal. He tells Bob that death should not necessarily signal the end of privacy arrangements.

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