ABC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 01, 1984
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(Studio) Controversy over United States Information Agency director Charles Wick's secret taping of phone conversations recalled.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings
(DC) Wick's testimony before congress committee investigating his surreptitious taping featured; films shown. [Representative Henry WAXMAN - criticizes Wick's taping.] [WICK - attributes practice to insensitivity and job pressures.] [WAXMAN - responds.] [Representative Jack BROOKS - questions if other United States Information Agency officials also taped conversations.] [WICK - responds.] Congress said considering legislature regarding secret taping of telephone conversations.
REPORTER: Charles Gibson
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