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World War II 40 Years Later (Part VII: Death of Franklin Delano Roosevelt) #302966

CBS Evening News for Friday, Apr 12, 1985
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(Studio) Franklin D. Roosevelt's lasting impact on nation recalled; photos shown.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(NYC) Roosevelt's death and impact on country reviewed; historical films, photos shown. [Voice of Arthur GODFREY - describes funeral procession.] [Reporter Helen THOMAS - recalls day FDR died.] Roosevelt's presidency discussed. [Voice of ROOSEVELT - gives inaugural address.] [Joseph RAUCH - recalls economy and political problems facing FDR in first term.] [Scholar James McGregor BURNS - considers Roosevelt's legacy.] [Post-Yalta Conf., ROOSEVELT - apologizes to Congress for addressing them while seated.]
REPORTER: Eric Engberg

Reporter(s):
Engberg, Eric;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:04:50

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