The Final Days

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The Final Days
The Final Days.jpg
Author(s)Bob Woodward
Carl Bernstein
LanguageEnglish
Publication date1976
Media typePrint
ISBN0-671-89440-4
Preceded byAll the President's Men
 
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The Final Days
The Final Days.jpg
Author(s)Bob Woodward
Carl Bernstein
LanguageEnglish
Publication date1976
Media typePrint
ISBN0-671-89440-4
Preceded byAll the President's Men

The Final Days is a 1976 non-fiction book written by Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein. A follow up to their book All the President's Men, The Final Days concerns itself with the final months of the Richard Nixon presidency.

As stated in the book's foreword, all the information and scenarios depicted were taken from interviews with 394 people who were involved. All that was stated in these interviews was considered on the record but the identity of the sources remained confidential. Every detail was thoroughly checked and any information that could not be confirmed by two separate accounts was left out of the book.

In 1989, a television adaptation of the book aired. It starred Lane Smith as Nixon. It was nominated for five Emmys and a Golden Globe.

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