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The Time of Illusion: An Historical and Reflective Account of the Nixon Era
By persuasively connecting the Nixon years to the larger dilemmas of our time, Mr. Schell has elevated a shabby political story to the level of tragedy.
Paperback, 416 pages
Published August 12th 1976 by Vintage
(first published December 12th 1975)
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This is a collection of all Schell's Watergate/Nixon-era pieces from The New Yorker. Schell, who was a classmate of Wallace Shawn's, wrote for famous New Yorker editor William Shawn (father of Wallace). I'm a bit of a Watergate freak and this is one of those books that I just pick up from time to time and read in chunks.