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  • '''Walter Cronkite''' (November 4, 1916 – July 17, 2009) was born in St. Joseph, Missouri Cronkite attended the University of Texas, 1933-35, and married Mary Elizabeth Maxw
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Walter Cronkite]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • [http://www.museum.tv/archives/etv/C/htmlC/cronkitewal/cronkitewal.htm The Museum of Broadcast Communications]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Walter Cronkite]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Walter Cronkite]]
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  • *[[Walter Cronkite]]
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  • {{r|Walter Cronkite}}
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  • Later, [[Walter Cronkite]] went far out of his traditional neutral role, following the 1968 [[Tet O | url = https://facultystaff.richmond.edu/~ebolt/history398/Cronkite_1968.html
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  • {{r|Walter Bedell Smith}} {{r|Walter Cronkite}}
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  • {{r|Walter Cronkite}}
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  • ...ith an individual is 'And that's the way it is', American newsman [[Walter Cronkite]]'s signature phrase. [[Situation comedy]] frequently employs catch phras
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  • ...en President [[John F. Kennedy]] was assassinated many recall how [[Walter Cronkite]] talked a nation through its grief and shock. The [[Vietnam War]], the [
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  • {{r|Walter Cronkite}}
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  • *[http://cronkite.asu.edu/ Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication]
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  • '''Walter Cronkite''' (November 4, 1916 – July 17, 2009) was born in St. Joseph, Missouri Cronkite attended the University of Texas, 1933-35, and married Mary Elizabeth Maxw
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  • ...as Katzenbach]], economist [[Milton Friedman]], media personality [[Walter Cronkite]] and many other prominent figures, he was a signatory of a 1998 public le
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  • ...dcast live nearly every night at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time. Much as [[Walter Cronkite]] and [[Edward R. Murrow]] before him, Jennings was a certainty, a network ...t ever ABC Evening News anchor. Competing with Huntley-Brinkley on NBC and Cronkite on CBS, however, was not easy. Three years later, Jennings was in Rome as
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  • {{r|Walter Cronkite}}
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  • {{r|Walter Cronkite}}
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  • {{r|Walter Cronkite}}
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  • {{r|Walter Berns}} {{r|Walter Rieman}} Partner, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison; Courts Committe
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  • ...ated, it clearly had an impact om American politics. In February, [[Walter Cronkite]], then the most respected newsman in the U.S., announced he saw potential
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  • ...upport. The CBS News broadcast of [[60 Minutes]] first aired, and [[Walter Cronkite]] was named the most trusted man in America. More recently, local televisi In beginning of the modern journalim, precisely in 1920s, writer [[Walter Lippmann]] and American philosopher [[John Dewey]] debated in several event
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