Legality and the Presidency – 35 Years After Watergate

Thirty-five years ago, a break-in at the Democratic National Committee Headquarters at the Washington D.C. Watergate Hotel spelled the beginning of the end for President Richard Nixon. What have we learned about the power of the Presidency in years since? What have presidents learned about what’s possible and what’s not possible. We’ll discuss it this hour with professors Fred Moss from the SMU Dedman School of Law, Craig Flournoy from the SMU Journalism School, and Glenn Linden from SMU’s History Department.