ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 30, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Kathleen Sullivan
(No location given) Role of television in John F. and Jacqueline Kennedy's impact on nation examined; historical films shown. [David POWERS, Authur SCHLESINGER, Junior - recall Kennedy; compare his impact to that of Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Truman.] [KENNEDY - jokes about "Washington Daily News."] [Voice of "New York Times" reporter Tom WICKER - announces Kennedy's assassination.] Myths of media and pols. emerging during Kennedy's tenure noted; President Reagan mentioned.
REPORTER: Jeff Greenfield
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