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Frontline: Why America Hates The President #656517

PBS Special for Friday, Oct 25, 1996

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An examination of the US news media with Stephen Talbot (PBS), author James Fallows, Sam Donaldson (ABC), Cokie Roberts (ABC), George Will (ABC), David Broder of "The Washington Post", Clarence Page of the "Chicago Tribune", "The Washington Post" Ombudsman Geneva Overholser, "The Washington Post" media critic Howard Kurtz, "The McLaughlin Group" panelist Fred Barnes, Bob Woodward of "The Washington Post", Christopher Hitchens of "Vanity Fair", "The McLaughlin Group" panelist Jack Germond, Tom Brokaw (NBC), Robert Boege of the American Society of Association Executives, James Warren of the "Chicago Tribune", ABC News VP Richard Wald, comedian Al Franken, Bill Clinton, author Mark Hertsgaard, Tim Russert (NBC), David Gergen of "US News and World Report", and others.

Duration:
00:56:00

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