All The President's Men Movie Quiz

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The president`s men was a very captivating action movie that withstands others that came after it. The movie is about a supposed burglary that leads the reporters through the chain of the Republican Party up to the white house. See how much you remember from the movie by taking the test below.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Who were the two Pulitzer Prize winning reporters to expose the Watergate scandal and  who was their employer ?

    • A.

      Howard Hunt and G. Gordon Liddy- Fox News

    • B.

      Charles Colson and Kenneth Dahlberg- CNN News

    • C.

      Bob Woodard and Carl Bernstein-The Washington Post

    • D.

      John Chancellor and David Brinkley-NBC News

    Correct Answer
    C. Bob Woodard and Carl Bernstein-The Washington Post
    Explanation
    Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein were the two Pulitzer Prize winning reporters who exposed the Watergate scandal. They worked for The Washington Post, not Fox News, CNN News, or NBC News.

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  • 2. 

    The CREEP committee had a huge slush fund used to divide Democrats and discredit them in the eyes of the voters(Text 849). Which of these men did not have access to the slush fund?

    • A.

      John Mitchell

    • B.

      Richard Kleindiest

    • C.

      Jeb Magruder

    • D.

      Maurice Stans

    Correct Answer
    B. Richard Kleindiest
    Explanation
    Richard Kleindiest did not have access to the slush fund.

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  • 3. 

    According to the movie who was in charge of everything, money launderings, bugging, surveillance, etc...?

    • A.

      Hugh Sloan

    • B.

      John Mitchell

    • C.

      Richard W. Kalmbach

    • D.

      H. R. Haldeman

    Correct Answer
    D. H. R. Haldeman
    Explanation
    H. R. Haldeman was in charge of everything, including money laundering, bugging, surveillance, etc. This is likely based on the information provided in the movie, which suggests that Haldeman had significant authority and control over these activities.

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  • 4. 

    What position or positions  did John N. Mitchell serve in the Nixon administration?

    • A.

      White House Chief of Staff

    • B.

      Attorney General and Director of CREEP

    • C.

      Secretary of State

    • D.

      Press Secretary

    Correct Answer
    B. Attorney General and Director of CREEP
    Explanation
    John N. Mitchell served as the Attorney General and Director of CREEP in the Nixon administration. As Attorney General, Mitchell was responsible for overseeing the Department of Justice and played a key role in implementing President Nixon's policies. Additionally, Mitchell was also involved in the Committee to Re-elect the President (CREEP), which was responsible for managing Nixon's re-election campaign.

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  • 5. 

    What was the nickname given to Bob Woodward's  confidential informant?

    • A.

      Tricky Dickey

    • B.

      Bobs Woody

    • C.

      Linda Lovelace

    • D.

      Deep Throat

    Correct Answer
    D. Deep Throat
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Deep Throat. Deep Throat was the nickname given to Bob Woodward's confidential informant during the Watergate scandal. Deep Throat provided Woodward with crucial information that eventually led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon. The nickname was given to maintain the informant's anonymity and was revealed to be Mark Felt, a former FBI associate director, in 2005.

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  • 6. 

    There is a scene in the film where Ben Bradley, the Executive Editor  of the Washington Post, discusses the reasons only a hand full of newspapers were covering the Watergate story. One of his editors comments that;  it was hard to belief that Nixon,who was quite popular, could do something so reckless and unnecessary. In this essay discuss the reasons why President Nixon resorted to using bugging, bribing, surveillance and other covert operations as a means to assure reelection?Discuss the major players in the White House and CREEP and their roles in the execution of the plan and subsequent  cover up.  Consider events such as the  economy,  the Vietnam War , activities in Latin America and other domestic and foreign events in your answer.

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