This Day in Jewish History The Lawyer Who Shaped the 20th Century

Attorney Samuel Dash was at the center of major historical events, visiting Ireland after Bloody Sunday and Mandela in South Africa, serving as chief counsel for Watergate and involved in Clinton's impeachment.

On May 29, 2004, Samuel Dash, the American attorney who became a worldwide household name in 1973 as chief counsel for the U.S. Senate’s Watergate hearings, died at the age of 79.