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Nixon Death and Legacy #153389

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 23, 1994
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(Studio: Judd Rose) Statements from former presidents George Bush, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, Gerald Ford about Richard Nixon's presidency quoted.

(Washington: Jim Wooten) Nixon's passing featured; photos and film shown from his political career. The bright and dark sides of his presidency reviewed. [President CLINTON, Senator Robert DOLE, Nixon chief of staff Alexander HAIG, Nixon speech writer David GERGEN, Secretary of State Lawrence EAGLEBURGER, 1972 presidential candidate George McGOVERN, former anti-war activist Tom HAYDEN, Nixon speech writer Ben STEIN - talk about Nixon and his legacy.]

(Studio: Judd Rose) Report introduced.

(London: Garrick Utley) Worldwide reaction to Nixon's death featured: reaction from China, Vietnam, Russia and Britain reviewed while Nixon's foreign policy moves are outlined. [Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak RABIN, Russian President Boris YELTSIN, former British prime minister Edward HEATH - talk about Nixon.] The reaction in Britain to Watergate mentioned.

(Studio: Judd Rose) Nixon's last book, "Beyond Peace", said to excerpted in "Time"; his remarks on the Bosnian civil war, US aid to Russia and Clinton's health plan quoted. The ceremonial and funeral schedule noted.

(Yorba Linda, California: Judy Muller) The reaction to Nixon's death at his presidential library featured; scenes shown from Yorba Linda, California. [Five PEOPLE - remember Nixon.]

Muller, Judy;
Rose, Judd;
Utley, Garrick;
Wooten, Jim

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