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For Your Ears Only - September 14th, 2014
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I. BILLBOARD: THE LONG GOOD-BYE, PART I
II. HIGH HOPES: LBJ, MLK AND OBAMA – 8/31/08
Eleanor Clift, Newsweek Washington Correspondent and
Robert Caro, Pulitzer-winning biographer, "The Power Broker," and "The Years of Lyndon Johnson"
III. OBLITERATION: NEXT FACES OF TERROR – 5/8/11
Bruce Hoffman, director, Center for Peace and Security Studies, Georgetown University School of Foreign Service
IV. WHAT TRAYVON TAUGHT – 3/25/12
Ellis Cose, author of "The End of Anger," "Color Blind," "The Rage of a Privileged Class"
V. AUTISM: "RAIN MAN" AND REALITY – 1/8/89
Dustin Hoffman, Oscar-winning actor, co-star of the 1988 film "Rain Man" and
Dr. Bernard Rimland, Institute of Child Behavior Research, San Diego; "Rain Man" consultant
VI. NORA'S NECK – 7/23/06
Nora Ephron, journalist, filmmaker, author of "I Feel Bad About My Neck: And Other Thoughts on Being a Woman"
VII. CREDITS AND CLOSE
VIII. ARCHIVE: CRONKITE ON CRONKITE AND THE MEDIA – 7/19/09 & 12/8/96
Walter Cronkite, veteran journalist, TV anchor, author of "A Reporter’s Life"