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United States v. Nixon (1974

by Bill of Rights Institute EDUCATING INDIVIDUALS about THE CONSTITUTION

Case background and primary source documents concerning the Supreme Court case of United States v. Nixon. Dealing with the principle of separation of powers, this lesson focuses on the question of whether or not the Constitution's separation of powers intended to create an absolute executive privilege.
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No Man Is Above the Law: Mark Felt, Watergate, and Responsibility

by Bill of Rights Institute EDUCATING INDIVIDUALS about THE CONSTITUTION

In this lesson, students will learn about Mark Felt and his role in the Watergate scandal. They will explore how Mark Felt lived up to the responsibility he believed he had to uphold the rule of law and analyze how they can better live up to responsibilities in their own lives.
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Barbara Jordan, Watergate, and Justice

by Bill of Rights Institute EDUCATING INDIVIDUALS about THE CONSTITUTION

In this lesson, students will learn how Barbra Jordan sought justice in the Watergate scandal. They will also learn how they can fight for justice in their own lives.
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TED-ED lesson on the Watergate scandal
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