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Bob Woodward - White House "Inside Man"

The Washington Post's Bob Woodward changed presidential history with his reporting on the Watergate scandal, and he has been chronicling the inner workings of the White House ever since.

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Bob Woodward - White House "Inside Man"
Photos | The Washington Post's Bob Woodward changed presidential history with his reporting on the Watergate scandal, and he has been chronicling the inner workings of the White House ever since.
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Woodward excerpts: Military thwarted president seeking choice in Afghanistan
Article | The first of three articles adapted from "Obama's Wars" by Bob Woodward.
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Obama and Petraeus: A wary relationship
Article | Everyone believes the most important relationship in Washington next year will be between President Obama and House Republican Leader John Boehner. A case can be made that equally important will be the relationship between the president and his commander in Afghanistan, Army Gen. David H. Petraeus.
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Woodward excerpts: Biden warned Obama during Afghan war review not to get 'locked into Vietnam'
Article | The second of three articles adapted from "Obama's Wars" by Bob Woodward.
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About this series
Article | This series of articles is adapted from Bob Woodward's new book, "Obama's Wars." The core of the reporting comes from written records, including National Security Council meeting notes, personal notes, memos, chronologies, letters, PowerPoint slides, e-mails, reports, government cables, calendars...

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