People have moved beyond apathy, beyond skepticism into deep cynicism.
I had come to regard the U.S. Senate's rejection of the League of Nations as a tragic mistake.
My most important task must be an attempt to bring the monster under democratic direction and control.
I said the first concern of the administration of justice must, of course, be the individual. The second concern is the truth.
The Watergate reforms did work well for many years, and if improved and broadened, these reforms can have real and major impact on the system today.
They've got him - credible witnesses, documents, heaven knows what else. In all my years as a prosecutor I have never seen such an open-and-shut case.
Mr. President, I believe your real problem is that you have somehow been unable to realize that you have won, not only won, but been re-elected by a tremendous margin.
I hope you will respond to the crisis of confidence that Watergate has created by opening up your administration and reaching out to people in a more magnanimous spirit.
If there are flaws they are in ourselves, and our task therefore must be one not of redesign but of renewal and reaffirmation, especially of the standards in which all of us believe.
It often seemed like we had become a nation where the only heroes were rock singers and ball players and that there were no large men of probity who could be called upon for the task.