Breaking Cover e-book
by Ben Gulley
by. Gulley, Bill; Reese, Mary Ellen, joint author.
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1772 downloads at 25 mb/s. Gulley, a former director of the White House Military Office, documents the abuse of power and resources in four different r Johnson, Nixon, Ford, and Carter-underscoring the split between appearance and reality in the White House. Download Breaking Cover by Ben Gulley free. Breaking Cover by Ben Gulley fb2 DOWNLOAD FREE.
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In 1980, Simon & Schuster published Gulley's book, Breaking Cover, which detailed "the questionable or illegal practices .
In 1980, Simon & Schuster published Gulley's book, Breaking Cover, which detailed "the questionable or illegal practices of his superiors" during his years at the White House.
Bill Gulley was in the White House Military Office from 1966-77, and in a strange collaborative format, he talks to Mary Ellen Reese-who records his words entirely in quotes with an occasional ""Gulley says.
Breaking Cover Hardcover – August 11, 1980. From the introduction of the book, Gulley makes it clear that he was an enabler and not a critic of the whims and wishes of the presidents. by. Bill Gulley (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. As told to Mary Ellen Reese, who presumably pulled this book together, "In the White House," he says, "you never worry about the law. I never worried about the law, about breaking the law. This never entered my mind, and I doubt that it ever entered the minds of people who asked me to do things - maybe for a little bit after Nixon resigned, but it evaporated almost immediately.