Chasing History By Carl Bernstein

  • Narrated by: Carl Bernstein, Robert Petkoff
  • Length: 13 hrs and 57 mins
  • Release date: 01-11-22

Chasing History AudioBook Summary

The digital version of this audiobook contains an introduction read by Carl Bernstein.

The Pulitzer Prize-winning coauthor of All the President’s Men – the chronicle of the investigative report about the Watergate break-in and resultant political scandal that led to President Richard Nixon’s resignation – recalls his formative years as a teenage newspaper reporter in JFK’s Washington – a tale of adventures, scrapes, clever escapes, and the opportunity of a lifetime.

“Carl Bernstein, Washington Star.”

With these words, the 16-year-old senior at Montgomery Blair High School set himself apart from the high school crowd and set himself on a track that would define his life. Carl Bernstein was far from the best student in his class – in fact, he was in danger of not graduating at all – but he had a talent for writing, a burning desire to know things that other people didn’t, and a flair for being in the right place at the right time. Those qualities got him inside the newsroom at the Washington Star, the afternoon paper in the nation’s capital, in the summer of 1960, a pivotal time for America, for Washington, DC, and for a young man in a hurry on the cusp of adulthood.


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