After Watergate, we worked for impartiality. Trump, Roger Stone and William Barr have dragged us back to the swamp
“History doesn’t repeat itself, but it sometimes rhymes,” Mark Twain is supposed to have said.
My first job after law school was as an attorney at the Department of Justice (DoJ). I reported for work September 1974, weeks after Richard Nixon resigned. Continue reading
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