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Assessing The Media's Role In Sherrod Scandal

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Sound Familiar? Then-CIA Director George Bush, left, exchanges words with Daniel Schorr on Feb. 18, 1976, before Bush gave a closed-door briefing to members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Schorr had angered the Ford administration by reporting plans to give Bush more influence over a reorganization of the nation's intelligence-gathering efforts. hide caption

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