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Richard Nixon Resignation #834143

NBC Special for Thursday, Aug 08, 1974

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  • NBC coverage of President Richard Nixon's resignation with reports by John Chancellor, Catherine Mackin, Carl Stern, Edwin Newman, Frank Bourgholtzer, Jack Paxton, Douglas Kiker.
  • Live interview with Senator George McGovern, Georgetown University Law Center Dean Adrian Fisher, Assistant Dean William Greenhalgh, Constitutional Lawyer Charles Rembar, Queens College Professor Andrew Hacker, Helen Gahagan Douglas, Tom Ford, Ford Political Assiciate Robert Eleveld, Paul Goebel, Senator Jacob Javits, Senator John Tower.
  • Taped interview with Senator Edward Brooke, Former Whittier College President Paul Smith, Julian Bond, John Lewis, and unidentified others.
  • Taped statement by Presidential Press Secretary Ron Ziegler.
  • Reporter(s):
    Mackin, Catherine;
    Stern, Carl;
    Newman, Edwin;
    Bourgholtzer, Frank;
    Pzxton, Jack;
    Kiker, Douglas

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