1995, 1st edition; written by Jerry Zeifman, former Chief Counsel, House Judiciary Committee; Thunder's Mouth Press, New York; hardbound in ebony boards with bold red lettering along spine; very good condition with unmarked pages, appears unread; dust jacket good.
More than twenty years after President Nixon resigned to escape an impeachment trial, Without Honor reveals thruths even more startling than those brought out in Oliver Stone's movies Nixon and JFK. For the first time, Jerry Zeifman, who served as chief counsel to the House Judiciary Committee during the Nixon impeachment - in the eye of the greatest political storm of the century - makes public excerpts from his private diary of the impeachment proceedings.
"Without Honor documents that the Judiciary Committee's investigation of Watergate was a sham in which present First Lady Hillary Clinton, recent White House counsel Bernard Nussbaum, and others who served on the impeachment inquiry staff abdicated their responsibilities to conduct a thorough investigation. Instead, the sham inquiry was structured by its leaders - all of whom were high Justice Department officials during the Kennedy administration - to avoid disclosure of the crimes of Camelot."