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Bill Moyers and Gene Rostow Discuss Inquiry Into Kennedy Assassination (3:39)

On November 24, 1963, Lyndon Johnson's press aide, Bill Moyers, speaks with Eugene Rostow, Dean of Yale Law School, who encourages the new Johnson administration to create an official inquiry into the assassination of John F. Kennedy—a group that would later become known as the Warren Commission. 

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    On November 24, 1963, Lyndon Johnson's press aide, Bill Moyers, speaks with Eugene Rostow, Dean of Yale Law School, who encourages the new Johnson administration to create an official inquiry into the assassination of John F. Kennedy—a group that would later become known as the Warren Commission. 

    Video Clip (3:39)

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