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Chapter Seven 1 Most of the material in this chapter was developed by my collaborator, Dick Russell, over the course of 20 years of research. 2 Liddy on Watergate: “G. Gordon Liddy: Voice of Unreason,” Independent, November 22, 2004, http://mediamatters.org/items/200411230004? offset=20&show-1. 3 Haldeman on Nixon and Bay of Pigs: The Ends of Power, by H.R. Haldeman with Joseph DiMona, Dell, New York, 1978, pp. 67-70. 4 Haldeman-Ehrlichman conversation: As recounted by Haldeman in his memoir. 5 Ehrlichman and documents: Ibid., pp. 53-54. 6 First Anderson column on plots: January 18, 1971, syndicated. It’s also believed that Nixon hated Anderson because of a story the columnist broke just before the 1960 election, about a secret loan from Howard Hughes to Nixon’s brother Donald. 7 Maheu and O’Brien: One matter that Nixon would obviously have been concerned about was O’Brien’s possible knowledge of a $100,000 illegal campaign contribution that had come to him from Hughes, using Nixon’s best friend “Bebe” Rebozo as the go-between. 8 Anderson second column on Rosselli: February 23, 1971, in the Washington Post: “Castro Stalker Worked for the CIA.” 9 Maheu/Mitchell meeting: The Arrogance of Power, by Anthony Summers with Robbyn Swan, Viking, N.Y., 2000, p. 197. 10 Hunt investigating JFK assassination: 1975 interview given by Hunt. 11 Ellsberg-Frances FitzGerald friendship: Recounted by Jim Hougan in the book, Secret Agenda. 12 Nixon-Helms conversation: “Richard Nixon’s Greatest Cover-Up,” by Don Fulsom, http://crimemagazine.com/03/richardnixon,1014.htm (audiotape of

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