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Nightline: Hometown Boy #648285

ABC Special for Friday, Feb 23, 1996

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Taped segments with Ted Koppel (ABC), "Time" essayist Lance Morrow, former Buchanan neighbor Victor Rosenberg, then Nixon Press Secretary Ron Ziegler, former Nixon aide Stephen Hess, then VP Spiro Agnew, former Agnew Press Secretary Victor Gold, Buchanan, Jack Germond of "The Baltimore Sun", John McLaughlin of PBS's "The McLaughlin Group", Michael Kinsley of CNN's "Crossfire", Eleanor Clift of "Newsweek", political analysts Fred Barnes and Morton Kondracki, former Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Colin Powell, Rep. Newt Gingrich, Sen. Robert Dole, syndicated columnist Robert Novak, "The Weekly Standard" Editor William Kristol, former RNC Chairman Frank Farenkopf, Sen. John McCain, and unidentified others re: Republican presidential candidate Patrick Buchanan.


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