|1. Overturning a Landslide: From Reelection to Resignation1|
|2. The Public as Bystander10|
|3. 1972: The Watergate "Caper"26|
|4. How Watergate Made the Public Agenda44|
|5. The Ervin Committee Hearings62|
|6. The Battle of the Polls: October 1973-May 197494|
|7. Television as an Agent of Legitimation: The House Judiciary Committee137|
|8. Ceremonies of Transition: TV as a Unifying Agent181|
|9. Public Opinion and the Pardon209|
|10. Continuity and Change236|
|11. Public Opinion and the Resolution of Crisis265|
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Publication information: Book title: The Battle for Public Opinion:The President, the Press, and the Polls during Watergate. Contributors: Gladys Engel Lang - Author, Kurt Lang - Author. Publisher: Columbia University Press. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 1983. Page number: vii.
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