Weekly Reflection, 5/16

What was the most interesting thing you learned from your studies this week?
The most interesting thing I learned this week is how President Richard Nixon’s involvement in the Watergate scandal forced him to resign from office.

How might you apply something you learned this week to your life today?
I’ve realized that the Watergate scandal raised questions of public trust that still affect how the public and media view politicians today.

What would you like to learn more about? Why might you research more on your own?

I’d like to learn more information about the steps that the White House took in trying to cover up its involvement in the Watergate break-in, as well as the significance of Nixon’s taped conversations.

Write one detailed question about something you have studied this week that you would like an answer to:

If Nixon had admitted to and apologized for the Watergate break in, how might things have been different?

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