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Richard Nixon Resignation #834106

NBC Special for Thursday, Aug 08, 1974

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  • NBC coverage of President Richard Nixon's resignation with reports by John Chancellor, Tom Pettit, Douglas Kiker, Jack Paxton, Tom Brokaw, Ray Scherer and Jess Marlow.
  • Live speech by Richard Nixon.
  • Live press conference with Carl Albert.
  • Taped interviews with Richard Ford, James Ford, Jack Styles, Art Brown, and unidentified others from Grand Rapids, Michigan re: Gerald Ford.
  • Live interviews with unidentified citizens at Disneyland (California).
  • Taped excerpt of Richard Nixon's acceptance speech at the 1968 Republican National Convention (8-8-68).
  • Reporter(s):
    Pettit, Tom;
    Kiker, Douglas;
    Paxton, Jack;
    Brokaw, Tom;
    Scherer, Ray;
    Marlow, Jess

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