A Criminal President and the Search for Justice in The Watergate Girl, a Memoir by Jill Wine-Banks

    Jill Wine-Banks’ memoir The Watergate Girl: My Fight for Truth and Justice Against A Criminal President is a behind-the-scenes account of the Watergate investigation and the Nixon impeachment trial. As an assistant special prosecutor, Wine-Banks grilled witnesses and endured the blatant workplace sexism of the early 1970s. At barely 30 years old, she played a key role in uncovering evidence that led to the resignation of President Richard M. Nixon. This lively memoir is the story of a trailblazing young woman at the crossroads of presidential history and the women’s movement. She is now a legal analyst for MSNBC.

    Produced in partnership with the St. Louis Jewish Book Festival.

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