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The Power Game: The Unelected #656462

PBS Special for Monday, Feb 06, 1989

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Third of a four part series re: US government politics with Hedrick Smith (PBS), Ed Rollins, Lee Atwater, Lloyd Cutler, Ted Koppel, former Sen. Thomas Eagleton, Bob Woodward, former Sen. Gary Hart, Landon Parvin, Sheila Tate, Nancy Reagan, Rep. Tony Coelho, Jody Powell, Sen. Bob Packwood, Sen. Ted Stevens, Chris Matthews, Horace Deets, Sen. Alfonse D'Amato, Lawrence Eagleburger, Sen. Daniel Evans, Thomas (Tip) O'Neill, former Sen. Charles Percy, Rep. Dan Glickman, Rep. Thomas Downey, Tony Battista, former Sen. Howard Baker, David Gergen, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Stuart Eizenstat, General E.C. Meyer, Dr. George Keyworth, Richard DeLauer, Richard Perle, and Brent Scowcroft.


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