CBS Evening News for Monday, Mar 19, 1984
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REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Studio) Commentary concerns broad implications of Edwin Meese's current controversy; beginnings of Richard Nixon's Watergate downfall in 1972 recalled. Recent criticism of Attorney General William French Smith, close associate of President Reagan and many of his controversial aides, by fed. judge for Attorney General's closing of investigation into Reagan campaign's questionable acquisition of Jimmy Carter's briefing papers in 1980 recalled. Ethics in Govt. Act as result of Watergate mentioned.
REPORTER: Bill Moyers
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