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Special Report (Re: Spiro Agnew Resignation) #659449

NBC Special for Wednesday, Oct 10, 1973

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  • Live NBC program regarding Vice-President Spiro Agnew's resignation. With reports and commentary from John Chancellor, Ron Nessen, Tom Brokaw, Paul Duke, Jack Perkins, Douglas Kiker, Carl Stern.
  • Live in-studio analysis from Senator Henry Jackson, Senator Robert Griffin, and Richard Scammon.
  • Taped footage of statements and comments from Vice-President Spiro Agnew, Governor Ronald Reagan, and Representative Carl Albert.
  • Live interview with Senator Hubert Humphrey.

  • Reporter(s):
    Ron Nessen;
    Tom Brokaw;
    Paul Duke;
    Jack Perkins;
    Douglas Kiker;
    Carl Stern

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