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JFK: 40 Years Later / Cronkite Interview* (Part II) #742380

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 21, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The taped conversation continued with former CBS reporter Walter Cronkite about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy 40 years ago tomorrow. [CRONKITE - says the network was on the air non-stop for the first time with no commercials all through the weekend {video segment shown}; disagrees with the view that the nation was changed by the television coverage; remembers the funeral {video segment of John-John saluting shown}; reacts to the conspiracy theories & gives his view that Lee Harvey Oswald worked alone.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) CBS's provision of the excerpts shown in the interview acknowledged. Note left at Dealey Plaza in Dallas read aloud.

Brown, Aaron

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