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Nixon resignation #834797

CBS Special for Thursday, Aug 08, 1974

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  • Live CBS local WLAC-TV Nashville (TN) special report leading up to President Richard Nixon's resignation speech. With coverage and analysis from Harry Chapman, Chris Clark, Mark Russell, Allen Muse, Rick Little, Ron Kaiser, Ruth Ann Leach and Hope Hines.
  • Taped interviews with Sen. Howard Baker, Gov. Windield Dunn, Rep. Richard Fulton, Nashville Mayor Beverly Briley, Ray Blanton and Susan Richardson.
  • Taped excerpts of speeches by Richard Nixon in Nashville.
  • Reporter(s):
    Clark, Chris;
    Russell, Mark;
    Muse, Allen;
    Little, Rick;
    Kaiser, Ron;
    Leach, Ruth Ann;
    Hines, Hope

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