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The Presidency / Second Term #372081

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jan 19, 1997
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(Washington: Dan Rather) The second terms of American presidents featured on the eve of President Clinton's inauguration; historical film shown while the second terms of several presidents are detailed. [Historian/author Doris Kearns GOODWIN - notes the historic trend of difficult second terms; recalls the second terms of FDR, Dwight Eisenhower and Ronald Reagan.] [November 6, 1996, CLINTON - comments; says the presidents who are best remembered took chances.] ["Washington Post" reporter David MARANISS - compares Clinton and President Theodore Roosevelt; says the Clinton character questions will be resolved this year.] [August 8, 1974, President Richard NIXON - announces his resignation.]

Rather, Dan

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