NBC Evening News for Monday, Sep 12, 2011
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(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) The recordings made by First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy that are part of a book by Arthur Schlesinger featured; footage/photos shown; excerpts played; conversation between her and Kennedy successor Lyndon Johnson played; details given of her feelings about Johnson, French President Charles DeGaulle and Dr. Martin Luther King. [Voice of KENNEDY – recounts JFK’s feelings toward Johnson and politics.]
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