Hugh Sloan
Hugh Sloan
The former treasurer of Nixon's reelection campaign once said he never wrote a Watergate book because he thought it would be wrong "to make money off, in essence, sending people to jail." Sloan quit his job at the Committee for the Re-election of the President less than a month after the burglary. Sloan later testified against his former co-workers and became a critical source to Post reporters Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward.

Before taking the campaign treasurer's post, Sloan worked at the Republican National Committee and as a scheduling aide to the president.

The Sloans left Washington after Watergate. Since October 1985, Sloan has been involved with the Woodbridge Group, a Michigan-based company that makes foam for car interiors. He served as president for more than 10 years and is currently the deputy chairman for Woodbridge. The Sloans live near the company's offices in Troy, Mich.

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