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Nixon Book #53765

ABC Evening News for Monday, May 01, 1978
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(Studio) Description of new T-shirts being sold in Washington, DC by group that doesn't want Richard Nixon to become rich from sale of his memoirs; films shown. Is noted that book is being serialized in newspapers and that next segment is on China (PR).
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(DC) Nixon's remarks on China, include impressions of Mao and Chiang Ching, outlined; Henry Kissinger and Mao's writings mentioned. Film shown. Nixon's statements on Watergate also examined; film shown. H.R. Haldeman, Rose Mary Woods, FBI, CIA, Haldeman's book on Watergate, president tapes, John Ehrlichman, Nixon aides Alexander Haig and Ronald Zeigler and Nixon's resignation mentioned. Disagreement of San Clemente friends of Nixon with excerpting done by "New York Times" described.
REPORTER: Charles Gibson Artist: Freda Reiter

Gibson, Charles;
Reasoner, Harry

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