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Shadow (Bob Woodward book)

Shadow: Five Presidents and the Legacy of Watergate
Cover of Shadow by Bob Woodward
Author Bob Woodward
Country United States
Language English
Subject Political science, United States, Watergate
Publisher Simon & Schuster
1999
Pages 608
ISBN ISBN 0-684-85262-4

Shadow: Five Presidents and the Legacy of Watergate is a 1999 book by Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward, written with a narrative voice while utilizing firsthand interviews and news reports for its historical basis. For the 608-page book, Woodward used extensive notes and also interviewed President Ford, President Bush's chief of staff, James Baker, and other people of focus.

Its five sections cover:

The book's final 300 pages cover Bill Clinton's administration. Nearly 100 pages are devoted to Reagan's administration. The book largely delves into the personal discussions that each president had during each issue, with no holds barred regarding profanity. Shadow was written with the research help of Jeff Glasser.

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