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CBS Special for Thursday, Jun 15, 1978

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  • Live CBS news program regarding the recent passage of legislation in California, known as Propostion 13, and the reaction around the country, hosted by Walter Cronkite. With reports and analysis from Terry Drinkwater, Harold Dowell, Bernard Goldberg, Ray Brady, Bob Fall, Steve Young, David Dowell, Don Webster, Sam Ford, Ray Walker, George Waldrip, Ralph Penza, Ralph Renick, Ed Ross, Phil Jones, Bill Plant, George Herman, and Morton Dean.
  • Footage of interviews and statements from Howard Jarvis, Mayor George Moscone, Superintendent William Johnston, Bill Merkelson, Frances McCann, Ted Tedesco, Governor Jerry Brown, Ronald Reagan, Dave Cooper, Arnold Forde, Jack Orr, Palmer Burch, Governor Richard Lamm, Mayor Kevin White, Mayor Anthony Marino, James Powers, Don Feder, Paul Gann, Ed Sparks, Governor Robert Straub, Richard Headlee, Mayor Edward McNamara, Lawrence Chehardy, Jean Reeves, George Mahon, Senator Edmund Muskie, James Davidson, Representative Philip Crane, and Senator Alan Cranston.

  • Reporter(s):
    Terry Drinkwater;
    Harold Dowell;
    Bernard Goldberg;
    Ray Brady;
    Bob Fall;
    Steve Young;
    David Dowell;
    Don Webster;
    Sam Ford;
    Ray Walker;
    George Waldrip;
    Ralph Penza;
    Ralph Renick;
    Ed Ross;
    Phil Jones;
    Bill Plant;
    George Herman;
    Morton Dean

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