Slate's Deep Throat complex.

Slate's Deep Throat complex.

Slate's Deep Throat complex.

Previously published Slate articles made new.
May 31 2005 2:44 PM

Unmasking Deep Throat

An archive of Slate speculation.

In the July issue of Vanity Fair, former FBI official W. Mark Felt outs himself as Deep Throat, the high-ranking anonymous source who aided the Washington Post investigation of the Watergate break-in and cover-up. The identity of Deep Throat has been the subject of much Slate speculation over the years, particularly by Chatterbox Timothy Noah. Here is an archive.

"Rehnquist Wasn’t Deep Throat," by Timothy Noah. Published Feb. 14, 2005.

"The Watergate Papers," by David Greenberg. Published Feb. 9, 2005.

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"Was Fred Fielding Deep Throat? Part 3," by Timothy Noah. Published May 13, 2003.

"Was Fred Fielding Deep Throat? Part 2," by Timothy Noah. Published May 8, 2003.

"Was Fred Fielding Deep Throat?," by Timothy Noah. Published April 28, 2003.

"Watergate Misremembered," by Stanley I. Kutler. Published June 18, 2002.

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"John Dean Says Deep Throat Was Not a G-Man," by Timothy Noah. Published June 17, 2002.

"Yes, Virginia, There Is a Deep Throat," by Timothy Noah. Published May 8, 2002.

"Why Did Bob Woodward Lunch With Mark Felt in 1999?," by Timothy Noah. Published May 2, 2002.

"Salon and John Dean's Deep Throat Candidate Revealed!," by Timothy Noah. Published May 1, 2002.

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"Len Garment Kills the Messenger," by Timothy Noah. Published July 28, 2000.

"Nixon: I Am Not an Anti-Semite," by Timothy Noah. Published Oct. 7, 1999.

"The Final Word on Deep Throat (So Far)," by Timothy Noah. Published Aug. 9, 1999.

"Deep Throat: The Game Is Afoot," by Timothy Noah. Published July 29, 1999.

"Another Bulletin From the Deep Throat Desk," by Timothy Noah. Published July 26, 1999.

"Deep Throat Revealed (One Last Time)," by Timothy Noah. Published June 24, 1999.

"Deep Throat Revealed (Again)," by Timothy Noah. Published June 17, 1999.