Episode: 2: The Defeat of Wright Patman


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2: The Defeat of Wright Patman
In 1973, the Senate Watergate hearings gripped the nation. But the first congressional hearings on the scandal took place a year earlier—and featured an angry Texan shouting at four empty chairs.

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Slow Burn: A Podcast About Watergate
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