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Impeachment: The Court and the Committee #834271

CBS Special for Wednesday, Jul 24, 1974

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  • CBS News Special Report - Impeachment: The Court and the Committee.
  • Anchored by Walter Cronkite with reports and commentary by Bob Schieffer, Fred Graham, Dan Rather, Roger Mudd, Bruce Morton, Lesley Stahl.
  • In studio interviews with Professor Raoul Berger, Professor Philip Kurland, Professor Norman Dorsen; interview with Archibald Cox.
  • Footage of James St Clair press conference; speeches by Representative Peter Rodino, Representative Edward Hutchinson, Representative Robert McClory, Representative Jack Brooks, Representative Henry Smith, Representative Robert Kastenmeier, Representative Charles Sandman, Representative Don Edwards.
  • Court sketches by Howard Brodie.

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