To help answer the most asked question about the book…Is it true?
Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) June 24, 2011
Readers of ‘The Amendment’ will now have a website http://www.watergateamendment.com that will add information about the characters and historical data. The website will shed un-noticed information on the turbulent political times of the Watergate era of the sixties and seventies. This book takes a unique view into historic behind the scenes activity that directed a change by utilizing the Pentagon Papers, Watergate and other activities to help orchestrate this elaborate Conspiracy.
This included the amending of the constitution, the removal of the vice President and the President. To help answer the most asked question about the book…Is it true? Author John Fitzgerald has unveiled the new website: http://www.watergateamendment.com Mr. Fitzgerald said, “There is a great deal of fascinating events that happened during this historic era. Much of it was not reported or it was controlled to help create a specific effect or opinion, after many years a lot books and information have been revealed that sheds new light on the events of that historic time. I want the reader to experience the fun of history to see some of what was known and not reported.”
The new website: http://www.watergateamendment.com has some very interesting historical data that relates to the overall theme of the book. It also highlights some of the historical characters, Spiro Agnew, George Wallace and others. And has some unnoticed interesting information such as an example of why the 25th amendment went almost unreported during the ratification process. The relationship the New York based Rockefeller team had on Richard Nixon and how they manipulated him to run & then resign the Presidency. A view of Nixon’s letter of resignation, did it follow the requirements of the 25th Amendment.
“The Amendment is a fun read and I hope the website will add enjoyment, entertainment and education as well,” Fitzgerald said.