Minnesota business man famous for role in Watergate scandal dies

Many remember Kenneth Dahlberg for his pivotal role in the Watergate scandal. The burglars hired by the Nixon campaign to break into Democratic headquarters were paid with funds from a check made out to Dahlberg.
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Many remember Kenneth Dahlberg for his pivotal role in the Watergate scandal. The burglars hired by the Nixon campaign to break into Democratic headquarters were paid with funds from a check made out to Dahlberg.

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