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Close-Up re: J. Edgar Hoover #873364

ABC Special for Thursday, Jun 03, 1982

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ABC Close-Up Special: J. Edgar Hoover.

  • Coverage is provided by Marshall Frady.
  • Topics include the assassination of President Kennedy, the MacCarthy hearings, and Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • This program includes interviews with Quinn Tamm, Patrick Murphy, President of the Police Association, Representative Don Edwards, Chairman of the Sub-Committee on Civil and Constitutional Rights, White House Counsel Lloyd Cutler, journalist Seth Canter, former FBI Supervisor Robert Lamphere, Professor Alan Weinstein, of Georgetown University, attorney Roy Cohn, columnist Jack Anderson, former FBI agent James Hosty, former Attorney General Ramsey Clark, Professor David Garrow, of the University of North Carolina, Cartha DeLoach, former Assistant to the Director of the FBI, Mark Felt, former Acting Assistant to the Director of the FBI, Benjamin C. Bradlee, Executive Editor of the Washington Post, Senator Frank Church, former Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Governmental Operations, Morton Halperin, Director of the Center for National Security Studies, Letty Pogrebin, editor of Ms. Magazine, and William Turner, a former FBI agent.
  • Reporter(s):
    Frady, Marshall

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