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Mad As Hell: The Taxpayers Revolt #837496

NBC Special for Friday, Jun 16, 1978

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  • NBC Special "Mad As Hell: The Taxpayers Revolt" with David Brinkley, Rick Davis, Don Oliver, Warren Olney, Don Harris, Lee McCarthy, Douglas Kiker and Tom Pettit.
  • Includes statements by Edmund G. Brown, Leo McCarthy, Paul Hamm, Pete Wilson, Donna Born, Paul Allen, Joe Garcia (?), Howard Jarvis, Chuck Kluge (?), Mrs. Chuck Kluge (?), Fred Gannon (?), Conrad Quimby (?), Kermit "Ken" Haber, William Proxmire, Henry Reuss, Wayne Anderson, Jerry Wurf, Jimmy Carter, Stuart Eisenstat, Joseph Califano, Howard Baker, Jack Kemp, William Roth, and unidentified citizens in Ohio, Michigan, Massachussetts and California.
  • Live interviews with Arthur Laffer and Richard Nathan.
  • Reporter(s):
    Davis, Rick;
    Oliver, Don;
    Olney, Warren;
    Harris, Don;
    McCarthy, Lee;
    Kiker, Dougals;
    Pettit, Tom

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