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Nixon: A Full, Free, and Absolute Pardon #834490

CBS Special for Sunday, Sep 08, 1974

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  • CBS coverage of Richard Nixon's pardon by Gerald Ford, with reports by Dan Rather, Richard Wagner, Bob Schieffer, Fred Graham, Phil Jones, Bruce Morton and Eric Sevareid.
  • Taped speech by Gerald Ford.
  • Taped statements by Egil Krogh, Donald Segretti, Bernard Barker, Albert Jenner, H.R. Haldeman, Edmund Muskie, Henry Jackson, Lloyd Bentsen, Bill Brock, Daniel Inouye, John Rhodes, John Anderson, Jerome Waldie and Don Edwards.
  • Picture errors throughout due to early method of taping.
  • Reporter(s):
    Wagner, Richard;
    Schieffer, Bob;
    Graham, Fred;
    Jones, Phil;
    Morton, Bruce;
    Sevareid, Eric

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