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Inside Story (Reagan Movie) #741178

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 04, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Jerry Bowen) The uproar over CBS’s announcement that it will not air a television miniseries about former President Ronald Reagan examined; excerpts shown; details given about charges that the show unfairly portrays Reagan and his wife, Nancy; statement from CBS quoted. [Conservative media watchdog Brent BOZELL†, Republican National Committee Jim DYKE†- criticize CBS.] [Son Michael REAGAN†- says it’s an interpretation from the Hollywood left.] [Syracuse University media analyst Robert THOMPSON†, USC Annenberg School Martin KAPLAN†- comment on why CBS pulled the show.] [Senator Tom DASCHLE – questions whether the intimidation is appropriate.] [Star James Brolin’s manager Jeff WALD†- comments on censoring.]

Rather, Dan;
Bowen, Jerry

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