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Judy

>
>I have begun to post the entire set of Watergate prosecution tapes (12.5
>hours), which were released a week ago by the National Archives. To aide
>comprehension, I have added a text track synchronized to the audio stream.
>You can find the initial examples on
>
>www.hpol.org
>search for 'watergate' or browse as you wish
>
>The most recent addition -- posted this evening -- is the 1 hour 40 minute
>"cancer on the presidency" conversation with Nixon, Dean and Haldeman. The
>'smoking gun' and other examples were posted earlier in the week. The audio
>quality is variable, but the text track seems to enhance comprehension.
>
>Let me know if you have any suggestions for this database. I am also
>planning to distribute the entire set on CD if anyone wants it. No sense
>paying $732 for the collection when it should be available for a fraction
>of that.
>
>Jerry Goldman
>Northwestern University
>

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