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Cabinet officials indicted and forced to resign; a Senate inquiry attracting national attention; special prosecutors appointed to investigate the charges of political corruption reported in the press; tens of thousands of dollars in cash handled in little black bags by the most important men in Washington; charges and countercharges of illegal surveillance and harassment--50 years before Watergate, these were the ingredients of the scandal called Teapot Dome. The Teapot Dome Documents, covering all of the major aspects of the scandal, contains testimony, grand jury material, briefs, evidence, correspondence, hearings, and archival records that are being published for the first time. This collection provides the documentary material for an indepth study of the most flagrant abuse of the political and financial power of oil companies in American history.
How the University of Leicester’s David Wilson Library and ProQuest teamed up to solve organizational inconsistencies across subjects.
Exploring immigrants’ perspectives in three contemporary novels.