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(Studio) Supreme Court noted hearing arguments with regard to written records of telePhone calls made to and from Henry Kissinger.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds
(DC) Background on case outlined; file footage shown. [Reporter's committee spokesperson Jack LANDAU - comments on efforts to make records public.] Kissinger said later donating records to State Department, who in turn handed them over to Library of Congress Arguments by Kissinger's attorney and reporter's committee lawyer outlined. Notes said being made public after 2001.
REPORTER: Tim O'Brien Artist: Freda Reiter
- O'Brien, Tim;
- Reynolds, Frank
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