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A Woman On The High Court #872265

CBS Special for Tuesday, Jul 07, 1981

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  • CBS special report "A Woman on the High Court" re: Sandra Day O'Connor and the U.S. Supreme Court, anchored by Dan Rather with roundtable discussion between Fred Graham and Bob Schieffer
  • Press conference footage and history of Sandra Day O'Connor
  • Views on abortion, womens rights
  • Interview with Charles J Meyers, Governor Bruce Babbitt, Donald Jarvis, Judge Donald Froeb, Ellen McCormack, JC Wilke MD, Eleanor Smeal, Senator Barry Goldwater, Senator John East, Senator Jesse Helms, Senator Howard Metzenbaum, Senator Alan Cranston, Senator Howell Heflin
  • Reporter(s):
    Rather, Dan;
    Peterson, Barry;
    Graham, Fred;
    Jones, Phil;
    Schieffer, Bob

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