From charlesreid1


There is probably no period in history about which we know so much, no presidency that has been on the autopsy table to have every part dissected and rummaged through so entirely. The multiple investigations, the endless memoirs and diaries, the memos and notes - no one keeps anything close to an equivalent record now. The testimony and trials and the thousands of hours of secret tape recordings... There is so much that no one will ever be able to digest it all. But this autopsy seems nearly complete.

- Chapter 16

My immediate reaction to the above quote is to ask: are you out of your mind? This autopsy is nowhere near complete. There are still Presidential tapes being released. There are still a million unanswered questions. There are still books being written. This autopsy is far from complete, and Bob Woodward, of all people, should know better than to claim it is "nearly complete."