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  • Bernstein's Passion For Music
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    Leonard Bernstein was born in Lawrence, just north of Boston, on Sunday, August 25, 1918. Bernstein was named Louis at birth, after his mother's grandfather, but at the age of sixteen he had it formally changed to Leonard, or Lenny. As a child, Bernstein was sick very often with asthma and hay fever. Perhaps due to these and many other medical conditions, Bernstein preferred to be alone. He didn't care to spend much time with his family or even with his peers. Most likely because of this self-is...
  • Good Story From Real Life
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    This now-famous book is one of those rare creatures - a real-life thriller that's actually interesting for the average person to read. Starting with a simple break-in at the Democratic headquarters in the Watergate Hotel, two reporters from the Washington Post followed the trail of money and corruption back to its source. If you haven't been living under a rock, you know exactly how this story turns out, but watching Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward track down the clues is quite interesting. The ...
  • Woodward And Bernstein
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    I. Summary Opening in theaters around the United States in April of 1976, All the President " men paints quite an accurate account of American journalism yet at the same time is a suspenseful adventure that manages to entertain and inform its viewers. Vincent Canby, a reviewer for the New York Times called the movie, "an unequivocal smash-hit-the thinking man's Jaws". Because the film is written from the perspective of Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, the movie works as a blockbuster, and not ju...
  • Watergate Scandal And The President Investigations
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    All the president's men By: Nancy Richard Nixon's first term as president was always be connected with the Watergate scandal and the President investigations. This scandal has been etched in the minds of millions and is still being recalled today when faced with the present day scandal of our current President. In the book, All the President's Men, written by Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward, they recount, illustrate, and analyze this period of time and their work on reporting and revealing these...
  • 25000 Dollar Check To Kenneth H Dahlberg
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    "All The President's Men " By: Jackie Mikolajczyk 11-07-00 What is Watergate? Watergate is the biggest political scandal in The United States history. It included various activities to help President Richard Nixon win re-election in 1972. Watergate also resulted in Nixon's resignation from presidency in 1974. June 17, 1972 a security guard notified the police that a door lock was taped at the Washington's Watergate. Three officers responded to the call and found five burglars in suits with rubbe...
  • First Attracted Leonard Bernstein To The Work
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    Leonard Bernstein is widely known not only as one of the greatest American conductors, but also as a composer whose creativity and passion was spread over a wide range. His social and cultural influences helped shape his career into a musical icon and his music rekindled the American spirit. Above all, he will be remembered as one of the most amazing and influential musical personalities of the twentieth century. In the following paper I will be exploring the beginning of Leonard Bernstein's car...
  • Matthew Eappens Death
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    Massachusetts vs. Woodward Louise Woodward, a British Nanny, was hired in November of 1996 by Sunil and Deborah Eappen, for their sons, Matthew and Brendan. On February 4, 1997, the Massachusetts police received a phone call from Woodward stating that Matthew Eappen was having trouble breathing. When the paramedics examined Matthew, they said he had a 2- inch skull fracture. His eyes were bulging, which is a sign of the shaken baby syndrome. Before Matthew Eappens death, he spent four days on li...
  • Bernstein As Full Music Director
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    Leonard Bernstein Leonard Bernstein was born in Lawrenceville, Massachusetts on August 25, 1918. He was the first born child of Samuel and Jennie Bernstein, who lived in Boston, but had gone to Lawrenceville to visit some relatives. Bernstein's parents had little knowledge of, or interest in classical music. The only records Leonard remembers hearing on his family phonograph when he was a child were the popular hit songs of the day, such as Barney Google and Oh by Jingo. For the most part, Leona...
  • Bernstein And Woodward's Investigation
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    In Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward's All The President's Men, the truth is uncovered at any cost. The theme of the story is the length that the investigative reporters will go to discover truth and help to shed light on it. The first amendment protects the freedom of speech and the press. It is the job of investigators to protect this right and defend it to the best of their abilities. These two men risked their lives and careers for something they strongly believed in. They went above and beyon...
  • Matthew's Eappen's Head Injuries
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    On Feb. 4, 1997, Louise Woodward called the police and said that Matthew Eappen was having difficulty breathing. Woodward had been hired by Sunil and Deborah Eappen to babysit their sons in November 1996. When paramedics arrived at the Eappen household, they found that the baby had a two-and-a-half-inch skull fracture. Matthew's eyes were also bulging, a possible sign of "shaken baby syndrome". The baby spent four days on life support before dying on Feb. 9. The autopsy revealed that in addition...
  • Washington Post Reporter
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    All The President's Men All The President's Men Essay, Research Paper All The President's Men, by Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward is a written account of twenty-one months of investigative reporting by two Washington Post journalists. The story detailing the reporters activities from the initial incident of the Watergate break-in to the subsequent collapse of the Nixon administration is replete with fundamental lessons for quality journalism and accurate reporting. Diligent research and flexibil...

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