The Filson collects, preserves, and shares the significant history and culture of Kentucky and the Ohio Valley – including YOURS!
Tuesday, November 29th 6-7 PM
The Brown Theatre (In-Person and Streaming Options)
Part of the Gertrude Polk Brown Lecture Series
From the New York Times bestselling author Garrett Graff, comes the first definitive narrative history of Watergate—“the best and fullest account of the crisis, one unlikely to be surpassed anytime soon” (Kirkus Reviews, starred review)—exploring the full scope of the scandal through the politicians, investigators, journalists, and informants who made it the most influential political event of the modern era.
Using newly public documents, transcripts, and revelations, Graff recounts every twist with remarkable detail and page-turning drama, bringing readers into the backrooms of Washington, chaotic daily newsrooms, crowded Senate hearings, and even the Oval Office itself during one of the darkest chapters in American history.
Grippingly told and meticulously researched, Watergate is the defining account of the moment that has haunted our nation’s past—and still holds the power to shape its present and future.