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How Watergate Changed Government #659451

NBC Special for Tuesday, Aug 14, 1973

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  • NBC Special "How Watergate Changed Government," focusing on the changes in the White House and the Congress during the Nixon administration, reported by John Chancellor.
  • Taped excerpts of speeches, interviews and statements by President Franklin Roosevelt, President Richard Nixon, John Ehrlichman, Roy Ash, Caspar Weinberger, Edmund Muskie, Robert Packwood, Peter Dominick, John Anderson, Charles Colson, Ron Ziegler, John Dean, Alexander Butterfield, H.R. Haldeman, John Brademas, Robert Byrd, Gerald Ford, Melvin Laird, Howard Baker and unidentified others.
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