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Bob, listen, I think I’ve got something, I don’t know what it is. But somewhere in this world there is a Kenneth H. Dahlberg, and we gotta get to him before the New York Times does, because I think they’ve got the same information.

Where in the government?

Bernstein, are you sure on this story?

And a year before, Nixon wasn’t slaughtering Muskie, he was running behind Muskie, before Muskie self-destructed.

What time is it?

James McCord, security consultant.

There’s a strange entry in two of the burglars’ address books.

What was that term you used when you screwed up something?

No, heh, but it’s touching. Forget the myths the media’s created about the White House. The truth is, these are not very bright guys, and things got out of hand.

I think it’s Magruder because at one time he was the temporary head of the Committee to Re-Elect before Mitchell.

This is a family newspaper.

So if the break-in was just one incident in a campaign of sabotage that began a whole year before Watergate…

The story is dry. All we’ve got are pieces. We can’t seem to figure out what the puzzle is supposed to look like. John Mitchell resigns as the head of CREEP, and says that he wants to spend more time with his family. I mean, it sounds like bullshit, we don’t exactly believe that…

Well, it’s not that we’re using nameless sources that bothers me. Or that everything we print, the White House denies. Or that no other papers are reprinting our stuff.

How much do you need to know?

I don’t want a cookie.

I think it’s Magruder too.

How come? Did the money originate there?

Well, I – I understand.

What else did he say? He didn’t say anything? Come on, you’re hedging.

He really said that about Mrs. Graham?

You tell your publisher, tell Katie Graham she’s gonna get her tit caught in a big wringer if that’s published.

Woodward, What did you find out? What did he say?

Where’s the goddamn story?

Oh, I can’t tell you that.