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    Events Surrounding the JFK Assassination

    Last week the Assassination Records Review Board released footage shot by a Dallas television station cameraman. The 52 minutes of previously unseen footage was described by…

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    Book Discussion on Issues and Answers

    Sen. Kennedy and Sen. McCarthy, candidates for the Democratic nomination for the presidency in 1968, appeared in a short clip from ABC News' Sunday morning public affairs program…

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    Occidental Grill Cuban Missile Crisis Anniversary

    Former aides to President Kennedy and journalists commemorated the 32nd anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis at the Occidental Grill, a Washington, DC restaurant. At this very place…

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    Kennedy Assassination Anniversary

    Journalists talked about their experiences in covering the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Following their remarks they answered questions from the audience.

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    Progress Towards Democracy

    Mr. Smith discussed U.S. policy towards southern Africa and progress
    towards democracy in that area.

    Mr. Clark served as guest host.

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    Game Plan

    Zbigniew Brzezinski discussed his book and the state of US-Soviet relations. He answered questions from viewers.

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    Mayors' Conference: GOP in the South

    Mayor Sue Myrick of Charlotte, North Carolina answered host and audience questions about the ongoing mayor’s conference, the needs of cities, and the role of the federal government in…

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    Weekend Public Affairs Shows

    Mr. Clark and Ms. Dukert continued to discuss their work on competing weekend public affairs television programs. Mr. Herman participated in the discussion via telephone.

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    Weekend Public Affairs Shows

    The discussion of weekend public affairs programs continued.

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    Congressional Historians

    Richard Baker and Raymond Smock talked about their duties as historian for the Senate and House of Representatives, respectively. They also talked about upcoming anniversary plans.

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    Contra Aid & Nicaragua

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    Nuclear Regulations

    Guests discussed the Nuclear Regulatory Agency, U.S. reactors and the Chernobyl accident. They also answered questions from viewers.

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    Housing Legislation in Last Congress

    David Campbell, the staff director of the Senate Banking Committee, Thomas Casey, the deputy assistant secretary of HUD, and Joseph Ventrone, a staff member for the House Banking Committee,…

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    Federal Budget

    Patricia Quaylee, the Chief Counsel of the House Budget Committee, and William Haugland, the Staff Director of the Senate Budget Committee, provided an overview of the federal budget…

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    Washington Journal: Friday

    Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes…

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    1988 Campaign

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    C-SPAN2 Viewer Feedback

    During the Senate luncheons, Guests discussed C-SPAN2's coverage of the U.S. Senate and answered questions from viewers. 

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    U.S.-Soviet Summit

    Assistant Secretary of State for Politico-Military Affairs Allen Holmes spoke about his role in the U.S.-Soviet Summit and offered his perspective and insight to how the dialogue was being…

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    Mayors' Conference: Economic Issues in the South

    Kathryn Whitmore, the Mayor of Houston, discussed the national mayors' conference that was being held in Washington D.C. Ms. Whitmore talked about some of the issues before the…

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