John W. Dean

John W. Dean served as counsel to President Nixon from 1970 to 1973. He now writes a column for Findlaw and is the author of several books, with the next to be published in January 2004, a biography of Warren G. Harding. .

"Broken Government" John W. Dean
Guessing game John W. Dean
Why did Ashcroft remove himself from the Valerie Plame Wilson inquiry? John W. Dean
Three cheers for the Democrats' filibuster John W. Dean
More vicious than Tricky Dick John W. Dean
Worse than Watergate John W. Dean
Vote of no confidence John W. Dean
A few candid words about Salon Premium John W. Dean
Character assassination John W. Dean
Does "Thirteen Days" get it right? John W. Dean
Not for sissies John W. Dean
"Our Man in Washington" by Roy Hoopes John W. Dean
The prosecution won't rest John W. Dean
Gratuitous advice John W. Dean
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