Impeachment: The Committee Votes #834182
NBC Special for Sunday, Jul 28, 1974
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Live NBC news program analyzing the day's activities of the committee to impeach the President. With live coverage and analysis from Edwin Newman and Ray Scherer. Taped footage of committee debate and testimony from John M. Doar and Representatives Peter W. Rodino, Jr., Edward Hutchinson, Harold Donohue, Robert McClory, Jack Brooks, Henry P. Smith III, Robert W. Kastenmeier, C.W. Sandman, Jr., Don Edwards, William L. Hungate, Chalres E. Wiggins, John Conyers, Jr., Walter Flowers, Lawrence J. Hogan, M. Caldwell Butler, George E. Danielson, Trent Lott, John F. Seiberling, Joseph J. Maraziti, Barbara C. Jordan, Elizabeth Holtzmanm, Edward Mezvinsky, and Paul S. Sarbanes. Live analysis and commentary from Representative J.B. Anderson, Representative J. Brademas, Andrew Hacker, and Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. Taped statement from Vice-President Gerald Ford.
- Ray Scherer
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