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#14145H: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: "SUMMER OF DISCONTENT"
1963-06-17, CBS, min.
Announcer

A CBS News special on the racial crisis in Harlem.            
#14311: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: CRIME IN AMERICA NBC NEWS SPECIAL: JOHN MCCLELLAN VALACHI HEARINGS
1963-09-25, CBS, 29 min.
Roger Mudd, Ray Scherer, John McClellan, Robert Kennedy, Joseph Valachi

The US Sub-Committee under Arkansas Senator John McClellan investigates organized crime in the United States such as the "Cosa Nostra."
Comments by Attorney General Robert Kennedy. 
A special report broadcast on CBS Radio, AND NBC (Ray Scherer) .
Joseph Valachi testifies.

Roger Mudd narrates.                                                                                                      
#16999: CBS NEWS SPECIAL:"THE ANTI-AMERICANS"
1964-06-07, CBS, min.
Charles Collingwood, Leonard Marks

The Anti-Americans. A report on anti-American sentiments and activities in various areas of the world.   

"Yankee Go Home" is an English phrase that seems to be understood all over the world. Reporter Charles Collingwood explores the depth and extent of anti-America feeling aboard , and what the U.S. Government is doing to improve our image.                           
#15048: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: VIETNAM
1966-02-08, CBS, 58 min.
Host

CBS News special on Vietnam.             
#15262: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: ELECTION RETURNS, THE
1966-11-08, CBS, 2 min.
Robert Trout

The latest CBS News election returns with Robert Trout.             
#19607: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: "SAIGON"
1967-03-14, CBS, min.
Charles Kuralt, Morley Safer, Beryl Fox, Robert Shaplen, Ward Just, Keyes Beech

Report on relations between Americans and Vietnamese. In interviews with correspondents, workers and GI's, the reasons for distrust on both sides are explored. Also featured is a round table discussion of the problem of America's image and how to improve it. Participating are Morley Safer, Fobert Shaplen, of the New Yorker, and newspaper reporters Ward Just and and Keyes Beech. 
P-D: Beryl Fox.    

Final minutes missing. With commercials.                  
#19610A: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: "SAIGON"
1967-03-14, CBS, min.
Charles Kuralt, Morley Safer, Beryl Fox, Robert Shaplen, Ward Just, Keyes Beech

Report on relations between Americans and Vietnamese. In interviews with correspondents, workers and GI's, the reasons for distrust on both sides are explored. Also featured is a round table discussion of the problem of America's image and how to improve it. Participating are Morley Safer, Fobert Shaplen, of the New Yorker, and newspaper reporters Ward Just and and Keyes Beech. 
P-D: Beryl Fox.    

Final minutes missing. With commercials.    

Duplicate of #19607.                          
#15326: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: THE WAR IN THE MIDDLE EAST
1967-06-08, CBS, min.
Eric Sevareid, Abba Eban, Moshe Dayan

THE WAR IN THE MIDDLE EAST  

Egypt accepts UN ceasefire, thoroughly defeated by Israel, a report from Jerusalem; a great victory for Israel, comment by Moshe Dayan, Russia accuses Israel of aggression with US, comment by Abba Eban in response, comment by Eric Sevareid on the future of the Middle East crisis and Vietnam report.                          
#19630: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: "HOW ISRAEL WON THE WAR"
1967-07-18, CBS, min.
Alexander Kendrick, Mike Wallace, Moshe Dayan, Yitzhak Rabin

Report on the six-day Middle East war, from the Israeli mobilization to the cease-fire. Featured are interviews with Israeli military leaders including Moshe Dayan and Yitzhak Rabin and three Egyptian Generals.

Mike Wallace and Alexander Kendrick report.  
#15256: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: RETURN OF LYNDON JOHNSON, THE
1967-11-02, CBS, 34 min.
Lyndon Johnson, Dan Rather

President Lyndon Johnson returns to Washington and speaks following his trip to the Far East.

Dan Rather reports.             
#15488: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: "YEAR END CORRESPONDENT'S REPORT."
1968-01-02, CBS, 23 min.
Charles Collingwood, Eric Sevareid, Richard C. Hottelet, Marvin Kalb, Winston Burdett, Bernard Kalb

The year-end correspondent's report. Topics are Vietnam, Israel, and the Middle East.    

This program is joined in progress.          
#15487: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: "AMERICA AND THE WORLD."
1968-01-02, CBS, min.
Announcer

ACBS News special report.            
#15628: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: GOLD CRISIS, THE
1968-03-15, CBS, 14 min.
Joseph Benti

A CBS special report on the Gold Crisis with Joseph Benti."The Gold Rush Of '68."                          
#7812: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: "PEACE, POLITICS, AND PRESIDENT."
1968-04-01, CBS, 60 min.
Walter Cronkite, Lyndon Johnson

A CBS News special report with host Walter Cronkite. The topic is President Lyndon Baines Johnson's decision not to seek re-election and on the prospects for peace in Viet Nam.        
#15836: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: "HILL 943"
1968-06-04, CBS, min.
Walter Cronkite

Special about Vietnam. Walter Cronkite reports.                        
#15834: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: SHOOTING OF ROBERT KENNEDY, THE
1968-06-05, CBS, min.
Howard K. Smith, Adam West, Robert Kennedy, David Susskind, Eugene McCarthy, Walter Kiernan, Barbara Walters, Sirhan Sirhan

On the spot report on the shooting of Robert Kennedy at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles. Various stations. Eyewitness accounts, comments by Walter Kiernan (WOR News), Barbara Walters (NBC), and Adam "Batman" West. Additional comments from Senator Eugene McCarthy. More on RFK shooting plus man-in-the-street comments. Early reports are that Kennedy will recover. Sirhan Sirhan is identified as the assassin. Commentary from Howard K. Smith (ABC News) and David Susskind.
                          
#16324: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: LBJ THE DECISION TO HALT THE BOMBING
1970-02-06, CBS, 52 min.
Walter Cronkite, Lyndon Johnson, Dean Rusk, Arthur Goldberg, Clark Clifford, J.William Fulbright

At the LBJ ranch in Texas, Walter Cronkite questions former President Johnson about the 1968 cessation of bombing over North Vietnam.
 
Begun in 1965,the bombing was supposed to cut down infiltration of South Vietnam and produce negotiations. The 36th President recalls that even though the results were not satisfactory, any decision to halt the bombing had to wait until the enemy launched a major attack and failed. Early in 1968, the Tet Offensive provided the right moment.
The President reviews former Secretary of State Dean Rusk's proposal in March, 1968 to stop the bombing without reciprocity. He also discusses recommendations by then Secretary of State Clark Clifford and others, including UN Ambassador Arthur Goldberg. An unofficial brain trust was also assembled to advise the President, who announced a partial bombing halt on March 31st, 1968.

Other topics include Senator J. William Fulbright's opposition to the President and public opinion concerning the war in Vietnam. 

NOTE:

CBS NEWS presented the second in a series of Special broadcasts in which former president Lyndon Baines Johnson  
presented his account of great events, issues and decisions.

This account was edited from several lengthy conversations with correspondent Walter Cronkite, filmed in the autumn of 1969 at the LBJ ranch in Texas.                                      
#804: A CBS NEWS SPECIAL: LBJ TRAGEDY AND TRANSITION
1970-05-02, WCBS, 41 min.
Walter Cronkite, Robert Russell Bennett, Richard Hanser, Donald B. Hyatt, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson

Former President Lyndon B. Johnson reviews some of the events surrounding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Walter Cronkite conducts the interview at the LBJ Ranch in Texas.
#19010: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: " MAN ON THE MOON"
1970-07-21, CBS, min.
Walter Cronkite

Walter Cronkite hosts "The Epic Journey Of Apollo 11."     
Chronicle of Apollo 11's lunar mission, presented on it's first anniversary.      
#16487: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: ELECTION RETURNS,CAMPAIGN '70
1970-11-02, CBS, 50 min.
Walter Cronkite, Jim Jensen, Robert Trout, Eric Sevareid, Dan Rather, Roger Mudd, Mike Wallace

The latest election results from CBS news.

Host: Walter Cronkite              
#16517: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: "MEET THE NEW SENATORS"
1971-01-17, CBS, min.
Hubert H. Humphrey, James L. Buckley, Lawton Chiles, J. Glenn Deall Jr., Lloyd Bensten Jr., William Brock 111, William Roth, Adlai Stevenson 111, Robert Taft Jr., Lowell Weicker Jr.

"Meet The New Senators." Incoming Senators and their families are interviewed while attending a buffet dinner in Washington, D.C. 
Appearing are Senators J. Glenn Deall Jr, (Rep. Maryland), Lloyd M. Bensten Jr, (Dem. Texas), William Brock 111 (Rep, Tennessee),
James L. Buckley (Conservative, NY), Lawton Chiles (Dem. Florida), Hubert Humphrey (Dem, Minn.), William Roth (Rep.Del), Adlai Stevenson 111 (Dem.Illinois), Robert Taft Jr. (Rep. Ohio),
and Lowell Weicker Jr. (Rep. Conn).                       
#16552: CBS NEWS SPECIAL:THE WIDENING WAR IN LAOS AND CAMBODIA PART 1
1971-02-16, CBS, min.
Charles Collingwood, Ho Chi Minh, Marvin Kalb, Don Webster, Frank Church, Nguyen Van Thieu, Jed Duvall, Melvin Laird, Jeff Williams, Bob Schieffer

CBS news special on the widening war in Laos and Cambodia. 

First of two parts.            
#16652: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: THE PENTAGON PAPERS
1971-07-13, CBS, min.
Daniel Ellsberg

CBS special on the leak of "The Pentagon Papers" and what they mean.     
#16781: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: NIXON PEACE PROPOSAL
1972-01-25, CBS, min.
Richard Nixon

President Nixon's Vietnam peace proposal.       
#816: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: THE DEATH OF JACKIE ROBINSON
1972-10-24, WCBS, 30 min.
Roy Campanella, Branch Rickey, Jackie Robinson, Joe Black, Heywood Hale Broun, Ralph Branca, David Robinson, Carl Erskine, Roger Kahn, Jim Jensen

Jim Jensen anchors and Heywood Hale Broun reports this special tribute. Reflections from Roy Campanella, Jackie Robinson's son David Robinson, Red Barber, Carl Erskine, Ralph Branca, Joe Black, Roger Kahn and Branch Rickey.
#17046: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: THE DEATH OF JACKIE ROBINSON
1972-10-24, CBS, 26 min.
Jackie Robinson, Heywood Hale Broun

A look at the life of Jackie Robinson. Heywood Hale Broun reports. 
#17214: CBS NEWS SPECIAL:
1973-01-08, CBS, min.
Walter Cronkite, Richard Nixon

"NIXON: THE NEXT FOUR YEARS--THE CORRESPONDENTS REPORT"

Review of President Nixon's first term and a preview of the upcoming administration by CBS correspondents.

Moderator: Walter Cronkite 
#17234: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: "VIETNAM: PEACE IN PERSPECTIVE"
1973-01-24, CBS, min.
Richard Nixon

CBS special report on the announcement made on 1/23 by President Nixon that a Vietnam peace agreement had been reached. A look at the history of the Vietnam war and the implications of the accord.                    
#17237: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: PEACE IN VIETNAM: A PERSPECTIVE
1973-01-24, CBS, min.
Richard Nixon

Peace in Vietnam: A Perspective.     

CBS special report on the announcement made on 1/23 by President Nixon that a Vietnam peace agreement had been reached. A look at the history of the Vietnam war and the implications of the accord.
#17294: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: THE PRESIDENCY
1973-04-26, CBS, min.
Lyndon Johnson, Eric Sevareid, Richard Nixon, John F. Kennedy, Dwight Eisenhower, Harry S. Truman

America's Chief Executives speak from experience in this hour, drawn from interviews dating back to 1952.
President Richard M. Nixon : " The most important thing about a public man is not why he's loved or disliked, but whether he's respected. I hope to restore respect to the presidency."    
President Lhndon B. Johnson : " The real error was to be sleeping soundly about 6 AM and have the telephone ring. Had an accident occurred? Were we at war?" 
President John F. Kennedy: "It's much easier to make the speeches than the judgements cause your advisers to be divided. If you choose the wrong course, the president bears the burden."
President Dwight D. Eisenhower: " There's a possibility of the Congress limiting the power of the president. Once he's got the authority, nobody can stop him. " 
President Harry S. Truman: " If he's got thin skin, he's got no business being in the presidency. You never want anyone to tell you what to do." 

Eric Sevareid is the narrator.                       
#17351: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: WATERGATE YEAR, THE
1973-06-17, CBS, 39 min.
Dan Rather

CBS news special on Watergate.

Host: Dan Rather           
#17356: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: SKYLAB 1
1973-06-22, CBS, 29 min.
Morton Dean

CBS news special on Skylab 1 after 28 days in Space.

Host: Morton Dean.             
#17396: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: JOHN EHRLICHMAN
1973-07-24, CBS, min.
John Ehrlichman

CBS news looks at Watergate and White House Counsel John Ehrlichman.           
#17517: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: "EMBATTLED PRESIDENT THE"
1973-11-04, CBS, min.
Richard Nixon

News special on President Nixon's endangered presidency.           
#17865: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: PARDON OF RICHARD NIXON, THE
1974-09-08, , min.
Gerald Ford, Richard Nixon

CBS news looks at the pardon of former President Richard Nixon by President Gerald Ford.           
#1141: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: A TRIBUTE TO JACK BENNY
1974-12-29, WCBS, 53 min.
Jack Benny, Danny Thomas, Danny Kaye, Charles Kuralt, Milton Berle, Dinah Shore, Bob Hope, Ed Sullivan, Frank Nelson, Ronald Reagan, William S. Paley, Richard Threlkeld, Don Wilson, Mel Blanc, Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, Dennis Day

On the day of his funeral service, a memorial to Jack Benny, featuring excerpts from his radio and television programs. Benny is heard on The Ed Sullivan Show & The Dinah Shore Show. There are words of praise from Danny Kaye, Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, Mel Blanc, Dennis Day, Don Wilson, and Frank Nelson. At his funeral service, CBS correspondent Richard Threlkeld reports. There are comments from Milton Berle, Danny Thomas, Ronald Reagan, & Bob Hope. Also interviewed is William S. Paley. Written & hosted by Charles Kuralt.
#17933: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: WATERGATE VERDICTS, THE
1975-01-01, , min.
HR Haldeman, John Ehrlichman, Robert Mardian, Robert Mitchell

CBS news special report: The Watergate Verdicts.             
#17944: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: WATERGATE VERDICTS
1975-01-01, CBS, 28 min.
Announcer

Watergate verdicts coverage.          
#18024: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: FALL OF SOUTH VIETNAM, THE
1975-04-29, CBS, min.
Walter Cronkite, Leslie Midgley, Russ Bensley

"Vietnam: A War That Is Finished." CBS three-hour report on the long conflict in Southeast Asia with reports and analysis by CBS correspondents in the US and Indochina.

Walter Cronkite hosts.    
#18042A: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: AMERICAN ASSASINS: LEE HARVEY OSWALD
1975-11-26, CBS, min.
Lee Harvey Oswald, John F. Kennedy

A special CBS report on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.           
#7998: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: "WHO'S AHEAD? THE DEBATE OVER DEFENSE."
1977-04-20, CBS, 60 min.
Charles Collingwood, Ike Pappas, Harold Brown, William Proxmire

Comparison of the United States and Soviet military preparedness and capabilities. Weapons are assessed that could give the United States the edge.      
#7819: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: ENERGY: THE FACTS, THE FEARS, THE FUTURE.
1977-08-31, CBS, 180 min.
Walter Cronkite, Charles Collingwood, Richard Wagner, Bruce Dunning, George Herman, Morton Dean, Jimmy Carter, Nelson Benton, Mike Lee, Bob Schieffer, Brock Adams, James Schlesinger, Carroll Wilson, William Simon, Skeik Yamani, Melvin Calvin, Eric Engberg, Davie Culhane, Phil Jones

Three hour CBS SPECIAL report on the energy crisis in the United States and how it is perceived by the experts and the US public. Walter Cronkite is the anchorman. This Special pre-emts the entire nighttime schedule from 8 to 11, "WHERE WE STAND: ENERGY."

President Jimmy Carter's energy plan is examined, energy experts and officials give their opinions on the proposals and alternatives. Speakers include Secretary of Energy James Schlesinger; Dr. Carroll Wilson, Director of the Workshop on Alternative Energy Strategies; William Simon; and Skeik Yamani, Saudi Arabia's Oil Minister. Oil supply, off-shore drilling, breakdown of oil consumption, OPEC policies, and alternative sources of shale oil and LNG are discussed. Walter Cronkite summarizes and coal production is highlighted.

The second hour examines the coal industry and sulfur pollution, followed by a review of pilot projects on the energy alternatives of gasified coal, liquefaction, fluidized bed combustion and solvent refining. Nuclear power is examined and opposition to nuclear plants in studied. Detroit's efforts to comply with new federal energy conserving regulations are explored, and Secretary of Transportation Brock Adams speaks. Walter Cronkite summarizes this hour. The trend toward home insulation is reviewed and use of solar energy is noted.

In the final hour, Bob Schieffer speaks with President Jimmy Carter, who explains his energy proposals. The program continues with looks at the political infighting over the energy plan and the Ford Foundation's "no growth" energy report. Energy alternatives are explored, and Dr. Melvin Calvin discusses photosynthesis. Energy sources of hydrogen gas and OTEC (Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion), satellite power stations, geothermal energy, and laser fusion are explored. Walter Cronkite summarizes energy as "the invisible crisis." 

A CBS News Poll is conducted to determine how much public support exists for a program that President Jimmy Carter announced only last April stating it must be pursued powerfully as the "Moral equivalent of war."

This broadcast is the eighth "Where We Stand" series which began in January 1958.



                                     
#7820: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: SADAT VISITS ISRAEL
1977-11-19, CBS, min.
Anwar Sadat, Menachem Begin

A report on Egyptian President Anwar Sadat's two day visit to Israel to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin,  following the recent peace settlement between the two countries. Both Sadat and Begin were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for their efforts in 1978. 

Two day coverage of November 19th, and November 20th, 1977.      
#18423: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: IRAN
1980-02-11, CBS, min.
TBD

American hostages in Iran. 100 days in captivity.                     
#18547: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: CAMPAIGN COUNTDOWN 1980.
1980-10-22, CBS, min.
Walter Cronkite, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, John Anderson

Walter Cronkite reports on waning days of the 1980 presidential campaign.          
#18649: CBS NEWS SPECIAL: ASSASSINATION OF ANWAR SADAT.
1981-10-06, CBS, min.
Dan Rather, Anwar Sadat

Special report on assassination of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and it's consequences. 

Dan Rather reports.           
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