Eric Sevareid's Commentaries, 1964-1977: The Voice of Reason
Eric Sevaried, one of the original Murrow boys, was a highly influential CBS correspondent and best known for his provocative television commentaries, which he delivered almost every night on the Evening News with Walter Cronkite. This study examines Sevareid's commentaries and offers historical perspective on the tumultuous events which prompted them.
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