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The Embattled President (Re: Richard Nixon) #659076

CBS Special for Sunday, Nov 04, 1973

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  • CBS special "The Embattled President" re: Richard Nixon and Watergate.
  • Reports by Roger Mudd, Dan Rather, Fred Graham, Daniel Schorr, Walter Cronkite, Bruce Morton, David Culhane, Robert Pierpoint, Marvin Kalb and Eric Sevareid.
  • Taped interviews with Alexander M. Haig Jr., Roman Hruska, Edward Kennedy, Birch Bayh, William Saxbe, Leon Jaworski, Tom Railsback, Peter Rodino, Richard Kleindienst, Joseph Alsop, Hugh Sidey, Stuart Symington, Ronald L. Ziegler and Bryce N. Harlow.
  • Taped excerpts of speeches by Richard Nixon, testimonies by Alexander Butterfield, John Ehrlichman, John Dean and John Mitchell, and statements by Charles Alan Wright and Archibald Cox.
  • Reporter(s):
    Rather, Dan;
    Graham, Fred;
    Schorr, Daniel;
    Cronkite, Walter;
    Morton, Bruce;
    Culhane, David;
    Pierpoint, Robert;
    Kalb, Marvin;
    Sevareid, Eric
    Duration:
    00:58:20

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