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Year in Review (Halberstam, Thomas, Gergen Interviews-Part II) #724462

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 31, 2001
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion continued with journalist and author David Halberstam†, "Newsweek" editor Evan Thomas†, and “US News & World Report” David Gergen† about the heroes of September 11; New York fire department video shown. [On September 11, New York Mayor Rudolph GIULIANI†- says New York and the US are stronger than barbaric terrorists.] [THOMAS – says Giuliani emerged as a great leader on September 11; states 2002 will be a test of America’s staying power.] [In New York, GERGEN - says Giuliani became the voice of America and gave us courage in the first hours after the attacks.] [In New York, HALBERSTAM – comments on the other heroes of September 11; describes the sacrifices of the New York firefighters; comments on the toughness of ordinary people during crisis.]

Reporter(s):
Blitzer, Wolf
Duration:
00:04:30

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