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Two of the journalists who helped uncover the Watergate story joined us online to answer questions from users. Read transcripts of the conversations with Bob Woodward and Ben Bradlee. Scroll down for pictures and background on both of them.

Bob Woodward An assistant managing editor at The Washington Post, Bob Woodward directs special investigative projects. Since he and fellow Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein chronicled the collapse of the Nixon White House in "All the President's Men" and "The Final Days," Woodward has continued to write best-selling books, including "Veil: The Secret Wars of the CIA," "The Brethren" and "The Agenda." His latest book, "The Choice," followed the 1996 presidential bids of President Clinton and Kansas Sen. Bob Dole. Read a transcript of Woodward's answers to users' questions.

Ben Bradlee Now vice president at large of The Washington Post Co., Ben Bradlee retired from his post as executive editor in 1991. He helped steer The Post through some of its most difficult and successful years, including the publication of the Pentagon Papers and the Watergate investigation. Bradlee recounts the story of his career in his 1995 memoir, "A Good Life." Read a transcript of Bradlee's answers to users' questions.

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