Washington sleuth Max Holland has published the first of two articles describing his investigation into how the Nixon White House learned by October 1972 that the principal government source for the Washington Post's Watergate reporting was FBI official Mark Felt, whom President Nixon had spurned for the post of the bureau's director. So far, Holland has ruled out several attorneys who represented the Post or its sister publication "Newsweek." We'll have to tune into the next excerpt to see whom he rules in.
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