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Page updated January 5, 2017.

Watergate scandal



The Muckety map below is interactive. Use the "Map Tools" bar at left to delete and add relationships, make notes, create titles and save maps. (Requires Flash.)
Tip for exploring this map of Watergate scandal's relationships:
Try expanding Richard M. Nixon by right-clicking on that box and choosing expand. Or you can click on it, then go to Map Tools at left and choose expand. Any box in the map with a + sign has more relationships. More map tips.



The relationship map to the left is interactive.
• Roll your mouse over connecting lines to see the relationship.
• Solid lines are current relations. Dotted lines are former relations.
• Expand items with + signs by double-clicking.
• Move an item in the map by clicking and dragging.
• You can also delete items, separate boxes and save maps by selecting Map Tools (on left border of map).

Watergate scandal


The scandal began with the breakin of Democratic national headquarters in the Watergate hotel and office building in 1972. It ended with the resignation of President Richard M. Nixon in 1974.

Watergate scandal past relationships:

Muckety this! maps featuring Watergate scandal


Here is is a Muckety map for Watergate scandal as a non-interactive image:

To see and expand relations, expand groups, move and/or delete boxes, and save your map as an image, you'll need to use the interactive (Flash) map at the top of the page.




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