Documentary on Watergate


John Ehrlichman was in London recently to talk about a new three-hour television documentary on Richard Nixon's life done by WGBH-TV in Boston.

He says he does not, quoting from his former boss, "wallow in Watergate."

But 13 years after leaving prison for his Watergate crimes, Mr. Nixon's one-time chief domestic policy adviser, has not escaped Watergate's shadow, and he also hasn't shied away from it.

So, when the ghosts of Watergate were summoned in the documentary, Mr. Ehrlichman, 65, agreed to go to London to discuss it.

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