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Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 28, 1973 (1/2)

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[00.50.22-DEAN discussing meeting with NIXON to give him an AGENDA for dealing with Sen. BAKER, Feb. 1972] I recall that when I first, sent this document in to the President, the draft was not attached. It was, in his Executive Office Building--I don't know if that is where you met with him or not, but I had a call, a frantic call-to get a copy of that draft down to him. Senator BAKER. BAKER. On executive privilege? Mr. DEAN-. On executive privilege. Senator BAKER. Do you know why? Mr. DEAN. . I don't know why. Senator BAKER. Go ahead. Mr. DEAN. I assumed maybe you were meeting with him or it was imminent you were going to be in a meeting with him. Cannot State at this time if such witnesses will be provided to committee. Must wait to determine how the issue develops. A possible resolution of the problem may be that that when the committee believes a White House staff member is essential as a witness, we can compromise and agree upon sworn written interrogatories, that should be instead of interrogation. General Guidance: Seek to get hearings over as quickly as possible because they really are a potential witch hunt. The President can note that hearings of this type damage all Government officials and the institutions of Government. The public wants to believe the worst about all politicians and hearings of this type are going to damage all elected officials. Committee procedures should protect the rights of minority members to information, calling its Own witnesses, notice Of meetings et cetera. Minority counsel should be tough, aware of the Way things Operate in Washington and able to handle a fellow like Sam Dash who has been selected as majority counsel. Dash is a partisan. Communication with White House: Wally Johnson should be initial contact point. but if Baker feels he Wants to raise something that he chooses not to discuss With Wally, then arrangements can be made to meet with Dean. (NOTE: Frankly, the naming of Dean as the man who deals with the President on such matters preserves Our posture on executive privilege, should Dean be called as a witness.) Note at the bottom : Have just learned that Baker has publicly announced the appointment of Fred Thompson as chief minority counsel. Timmons has recommended George Webster as our candidate. Senator BAKER. Just out of curiosity, Mr. Dean, since this agenda was prepared at some length first, did you dictate it? Mr. DEAN. I did and again, this is based on the meeting that occurred at La Costa and the discussions I had with Mr. Haldeman and Ehrlichman. [00.52.35-BAKER gets DEAN to report that BAKER was not cooperative in the way the White House had hoped] Senator BAKER. Can you enlighten us; How much of this agenda was covered at such meeting? Mr. DEAN, I only know what came out, was reported to me by the President and Mr. Haldeman that the thrust of the meeting really was your calling upon the President to--- Senator BAKER. To waive executive privilege? Mr. DEAN [continuing], To waive executive privilege is correct. And I also--the President told me that you agreed that the hearings should be over as soon as possible. If they lingered, it would be damaging. Senator BAKER. It also is your information that there was not a suggestion as to minority counsel which had been announced on the same day. [shot of THOMPSON smoking pipe] Mr. DEAN. Had been announced, that is correct. Senator BAKER. All right, go ahead, Mr. Dean. Mr. DEAN. The next significant document leading up to my meetings that some of these things were discussed on the 27th and 28th was a request again by Mr. Haldeman. Senator BAKER. Do you have an exhibit number? Mr. DEAN. Yes, sir. This is exhibit No. 34-36. And I have a cover note on this. I hand-carried the, other agenda over to Mr. Haldeman, whereas this one there was a little more- time, He had asked me not to send it through normal channels, so there is a cover note on "Memorandum for H.R. Haldeman from John Dean. I did not use the prescribed format because I understand you do not want this to pass into channels." [00.54.09] TALKING POINT FOR MEETING WITH THE ATTORNEY GENERAL. Senator BAKER. I think we just talked out, Mr. Dean. I think that is another rollcall vote. Would the committee like to try to alternate, we are on 10-minute voting cycles, I do not think we can--- Senator TALMADGE. If the chairman desires, I have one or two very brief questions. I think I can complete them in about 5 minutes while you go vote, and when you return I will go vote. Senator BAKER. Does that suit you, Mr. Dean? Mr. DEAN. Whatever pleases the Chair. Senator BAKER. Thank you. [00.54.50] Senator TALMADGE. Mr. Dean, you have been in the chair now for 4 days, and I know how weary you must be, and I will be extremely brief. There are one or two things I would like some clarification on. You have testified repeatedly that even though you were counsel to the President, you had no direct access to the President except going through Mr. Haldeman and Mr. Ehrlichman; is that correct? Mr. DEAN. That is correct. In fact, Senator, I think the documents I have just referred to were talking about direct meetings with the President I am asked to prepare an agenda showing the very pattern that exists in and of itself where I sent everything I did through either Ehrlichman or Haldeman for anything of this nature. [00.55.30]

The Porter Wagoner Show No. 481

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The Porter Wagoner Show No. 481 Nashville, Tennessee Promo

Jim Ed Brown' Country Place No. 31

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Jim Ed Brown "Goin' Up The Country" Jeannie C. Riley "Country Girl" Blake Emmons "Green Side Saddle banana" Jeannie C. Riley "Wish You Were Here" Jim Ed Brown "Hold Me, Thrill Me" Jim Ed Brown / Bob Willis "Night Life" (duet) Jim Ed Brown / Bob Willis "Just Because" Jim Ed Brown / The Younger Generation "In the Garden" (gospel) The Younger Generation / Jim Ed Brown "Free Born Man"

Jim Ed Brown' Country Place No. 27

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Jim ed Brown "Don't Let Go" Blake Edwards "Engine Engine No. 9" Maxine Brown "Games People PLay" Doug Gilmore "A Love Like Yours" Jim Ed Brown "Have I Told You Lately That I Love You/Maria/All I Have to Offer You/Here Today and Gone Tomorrow (medley) Jim Ed Brown/Maxine Brown "Just As Long As You Love Me" (duet) Jim Ed Brown "Drink, Boys, Drink" Band "Steeling the Blues" (Instrumental)

Jim Ed Brown's Country Place No. 34

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Jim Ed Brown "Sugar Foot Rag" Stringbean "Little Pink" Blake Emmons "Green Side Saddle Banana" Stringbean "Nine Pound Hammer" (01.08.00 - 01.10.29) Jim Ed Brown "King of the Road/My Arms Are a House/Harlequin Melodies/Bottle, Bottle" (Medley) Jim Ed Brown/Stringbean "Sister Sadie/The Good Lord Bless and Keep You/Cotton Eyed Joe" (Duet/medley)

Jim Ed Brown's Country Place No. 21

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Jim Ed Brown "Lookin' Back To See" Blake Emmons "Memphis" Osborne Brothers "Rocky Top" Osborne Brothers "You Win Again" Jim Ed Brown / Jamey Ryan "Let It Be Me" Jim Ed Brown "Man And Wife Time" Jim Ed Brown "Drink Boys, Drink" Jim Ed Brown / Osborne Brothers "Tennessee Hound Dog"

Speed Boat Goes Thru Board Wall At 50 Mi An Hour

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Rolling, drop out spots, light contrast and imagery A speed demon drives his 60 H.P. Boat smack through a miniature house built over Burnham Park lake in the Chicago park district, scattering planks in all directions as his craft rips through the wall. (The name of the speed boat is "Miss Gar Wood".)

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 28, 1973 (1/2)

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[00.55.30-TALMADGE questions DEAN about the organizational setup at the White House and DEAN'S access to NIXON-DEAN repeats that he had contact with NIXON through HALDEMAN and EHRLICHMAN] Senator TALMADGE. Do you know who was responsible for that organizational setup? Mr. DEAN. Mr. Haldeman had basically told me who I would report to, Mr. Ehrlichman had been the former counsel, and when I got into legal areas that were of interest to him, I also supplied legal assistance through my office, to the domestic counsel on occasion. Senator TALMADGE. Then, Mr. Haldeman informed You of that organizational setup, is that a correct answer? Mr. DEAN-. That is correct. sir. It was just--it was not a matter of being informed, it just existed when you arrived. When I started there I was alone. I finally persuaded them to let me get one assistant. Slowly as the workload of my office increased. I got two or three more. I had inherited a couple of people when I came on. Mr. Huston was there, but he never really worked directly for me. He was raking his assignments from Mr. Haldeman or doing speechwriting for Mr. Price and Mr. Caulfield when I first came was still doing assignments for Mr. Ehrlichman. [00.56.41] Senator TALMADGE. When were you told that you had no direct access to the President but must go through Mr. Haldeman and Mr. Ehrlichman? Mr. DEAN. Well, Senator, I had had dealings with the White House before I even joined the staff and I had a pretty good feel for the operation in the White House from working on developing various legislative programs that went over to the White House. And in talking to people, over there I had gotten to know a number of people before I even went to the staff, and that is just the way it was, [00.57.14-a response to the assertions raised by Sen. GURNEY that DEAN could/should have informed NIXON directly of his knowledge of the coverup] Senator TALMADGE. Did you ever try to obtain direct access to the President without going through Mr. Haldeman and Mr. Ehrlichman? Mr. DEAN. There is no way that would be possible, Senator. If, for example, you were to pick up the telephone and call the President, the call would be, transferred immediately by the operator to Mr. Haldeman or some other member of the staff. But generally if, say, any other staff member called, the call would generally go to -Mr. Haldeman to clear the call. He would want to know why you wanted to call and what the subject matter was, so you were in a sense reporting to Mr. Haldeman. Senator TALMADGE. Did you ever see anyone try to go into the Office of the, President without going through Mr. 'Haldeman and Mr. Ehrlichman? Mr. DEAN. I think I made reference, in, early in my testimony I believe there is a reporter in this room. 'Mr. Mollenhoff, who used to be on the White House staff and I noted on occasion in looking back over some old records that he had a special counsel title and worked in some areas was, In a sense, what I might call also firefighting to put out, problems of conflicts and dealing in areas like that and I saw a number of memorandums that he had sent to the President which never got there, and they had been returned by Mr. Haldeman. Senator TALMADGE. You never saw him try to walk in the President's office? Mr. DEAN. No, I did not. There -are a lot of Secret Service agents around the President's Office, I might add, also. Senator TALMADGE. One other thing I -would like some clarification on. On Monday I asked you a question and it appears on page 2465, line 23 of the record. "Did you think it was part of an effort to make you the fall guy in the plan?" And your answer begins immediately, of course, after the question but then, beginning on line 8 of page 2466 you stated something that I would like more clarification on. [00.59.08] "I had seen situations like this occur where people who had not actually done something take the blame for it to avoid embarrassing others higher up and I felt it was a real possibility." Now, were you referring to the situation at the White House? Mr. DEAN. Yes, sir, I was. Senator TALMADGE. Could you give us an illustration of some instances of that type where Mr. DEAN. I can give you instances that I think are public knowledge of--I think I have already alluded to one because another member of this panel had another follow-up question of this nature. The one, I have already referred to was the fact that Mr. Malik was--took the blame, so to speak, for instigating an investigation of Mr. Daniel Schorr. Another interesting situation--there was during the 1970 campaign a rather-- Senator TALMADGE. Who was he taking the blame for? Mr. DEAN. Mr. Haldeman. Senator TALMADGE. Haldeman. All right. Go ahead. Mr. DEAN. Or the President. [01.00.15]

The Visual History of Cars: Cadillac - Late1980s Models

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MS GV silver Cadillac convertible driving toward camera. MCU pan 1980s ultra high tech dashboard with digital indicators. GV silver Cadillac convertible driving away from camera, rounding scenic body of water. Tracking MS black two door Cadillac driving urban street. Studio pan up from grill to MCU Cadillac hood ornament. Studio MS pan of car s lush leather interior. GV gray Cadillac driving. MS rust colored Cadillac driving. MS pan leather interior. GVs navy blue Cadillac driving winding scenic road both toward and away from camera. TLS Cadillac driving narrow county drive, through gates, toward camera. MS Cadillac on the road driving toward camera. MS pan plush leather interior. Tracking MS silver Cadillac convertible driving with top down. MS black four door Cadillac driving. MSs silver Cadillac driving away from and toward camera. Pan out MS hood of black Cadillac. MS tracking black Cadillac driving. LS black Cadillac convertible driving over scenic bridge. CUs ultra 1980s modern digital dashboard. MS black Cadillac convertible driving toward camera. Tracking GV black Cadillac convertible driving winding mountain road. MS red Cadillac driving toward camera. MS Cadillac driving toward camera, away from mansion, through gates, avoiding a random swan walking. MCU pan front grill. MCU pan black leather interior.

The Visual History of Cars: Jaguar

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Do Not Sell Still Photos The Visual History of Cars: Jaguar - Everything you ever wanted to know about the Jaguar.

The Visual History of Cars: Thunderbird - Opening Montage

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The Visual History of Cars: Thunderbird - Opening montage of various automobiles ranging from the 1890's to the 1980's. B/W archival of man driving 1890's buggy-like car. Color contemporary shot of 1920's era auto driving down the road. Boxy 1980's model convertible driving toward camera. B/W archival of Model T convoy driving along the road. Contemporary auto race in progress. B/W archival of buggy autos driving along road. Color 1980's sports car driving on snow toward camera. B/W archival of clunker spewing smoke as it chugs along road. Color 1980's car driving toward camera. Color tracking shot of front end of 1960's Ford Mustang. Elevated color pan over row of boxy late 1980's era cars on salt flat. Color contemporary shot of jeeps making jumps during dirt track race. B/W tracking archival of 1930's era sports car cruising along road. Color convoy of boxy 1980's era cars driving toward camera. Color 1980's VW convertible making a sharp turn. Color police jeep moving over rugged terrain. Color of slick red sports car driving toward camera. B/W archival 1920's Model T moving over bridge. Color late 1980's sedan moving toward camera. B/W archival mess of late 1920's era cars driving along street. Color tracking shot of 1980's tank of a car driving along road. Color 1950's era car driving toward camera. B/W archival of keystone cops stunt performed on 1920's era cars. CU car tire while driving. B/W archival of Model T cars circling a cop in the middle of the road. Color late 1980's Mercedes making a sharp turn. B/W archival 1920's era cars driving out of factory. Color elevated shot of highway packed w/1970's traffic. Color contemporary shot of black Corvette driving. B/W archival Model T's driving through urban intersection. Color contemporary stock car racing. B/W archival 1920's auto racing. Color 1970's/1980's BMW driving toward camera. Color boxy 1980's sedan driving toward camera. Color red sports car driving toward camera. B/W archival military jeep driving over rough terrain. Color 1980's Lincoln driving toward camera. Color contemporary stock car race. Title card.

The Visual History of Cars: Mustang

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Everything you ever wanted to know about the Ford Mustang over the years.

The Visual History of Cars: Volkswagen - 1980s Models

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Everything you ever wanted to know about the Volkswagen. Montage of 1980s Volkswagen Models: Pan from snowy landscape to gray Volkswagen station wagon driving mountain road. Tracking MS boxy white VW driving along highway. MS pan boxy burgundy VW driving along winding road. Ground level MSs white VW convertible driving past camera. Head-on tracking MS of boxy black VW driving. Head-on tracking MS off white VW van driving. Ground level MS boxy burgundy colored VW driving past camera. MS pan burgundy VW driving past camera. MS silver / gray VW wagon driving in winter. MS boxy silver VW convertible driving toward camera. Tracking MS boxy 4 door VW driving. MS red VW convertible driving toward camera. Stationary MS boxy blue 4 door VW parked near scenic ocean view. Street level MS red VW driving toward camera. Tracking MS blue VW hatchback driving. MS Caucasian woman driving red VW convertible past camera. MSs gray / blue VW van driving through snow past camera. Tracking MS boxy gray VW hatchback driving. Elevated GV white VW van driving over scenic bridge. CU front grill of red VW. Tracking MS red VW driving. CU wheel spinning as it drives. MS silver / gray VW wagon driving through water on pavement.

The Visual History of Cars: Lincoln

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Everything you ever wanted to know about the Lincoln. And lots of beautiful shots of various Lincoln automobiles, through the ages.

The Visual History of Cars: Jeep

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Everything you ever wanted to know about the Jeep.

The Visual History of Cars: Corvette - Intro

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Everything you ever wanted to know about the Corvette.

The Visual History of Cars: BMW

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Everything you ever wanted to know about the BMW.

Daring Aviators Thrill Crowds At LA Air Meet

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Rolling, light in contrast and imagery Scores of American and foreign airmen engage in a startling series of stunting events during the Los Angeles air races, in a glorious field day for aviation and its enthusiasts.

NY Giants Trim All-Stars 12-2

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Rolling, light in contrast and imagery The New York Giants conquer the college all-stars 12 to 2 in an exciting night game played under the are lights at the polo grounds, thus re-establishing the somewhat tarnished superiority of professional football teams.

Notre Dame Grid Stars Round Into Shape For 1936

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Rolling, light in contrast and imagery The 'Fighting Irish' snap into moleskins and practice formations as America s autumn football craze appears on the horizon.

Thousands Attend Festival Making Tobacco History

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Rolling light in contrast and imagery A Historical Pageant, The Miracle Of Tobacco,' is enacted for throngs of visitors to the National Tobacco Festival. A beautiful queen and lovely maids of honor attend the big fete.

"Kid Glove" Coal To Make Furnace Tending Pleasant

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Shaky, a little blurry An enterprising coal company finally decides to give its fuel the respect rising prices command, pressing its product into briquettes which are wrapped individually for delivery to the consumer. It keeps dainty digits clean, too.

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, June 28, 1973 (2/2)

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[01.03.54-title screen "SENATE HEARINGS ON CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES"] [01.04.49-LEHRER in studio] LEHRER states that Sen. BAKER has questions related to the break-in of Daniel ELLSBERG'S psychiatrist's office [01.05.02-gavel] Senator BAKER. The committee will come to order. I understand that Senator Talmadge left to avoid missing this last rollcall vote with possibly a question left unanswered. I was not here so I can't say but is there anything further you wish to add, Mr. Dean. Mr. DEAN. He -was asking me about people who had taken the blame for their superiors at the White House from some examples, and I had cited two examples. Mr. DASH. Yes, but you had not completed--I think Senator Talmadge as he was leaving, I think the last words said was the person taking the blame was Chuck Colson and the follow-up question would have been, who was he taking the blame for? [00.05.48-H.R. HALDEMAN is evidently not used to taking blame himself] Mr. DEAN. He Was taking the blame for Mr. Haldeman who had authorized the ads. There is one, other example that gets into an area I believe you indicated you were, going to question me on, and that is based on information that I have directly from Mr. Krogh, that it appears to me that based on a conversation I had with Mr. Krogh that he is taking the blame for something. Senator BAKER. Do you know who? Mr. DEAN. I believe the President of the United States. Senator BAKER, Maybe you ought to elaborate on that, a little. [Laughter.] [01.06.30-DEAN discusses KROGH keeping silent about ELLSBERG break-in to protect NIXON] Mr. DEAN. Well, it Was On either the 28th or 29th of March that Mr. Krogh came to my office, he stopped by to express his sympathy for the adverse publicity I had received as a result of the Gray hearings and asked me how I was holding up and I said, "Fine, it is not very pleasant but my hands are tied and I Can't speak." He said, he then began a discussion about how he had been haunted ever since he left the White House about his own experiences there, and then we got into a discussion of the fact that there was evidence within the files of the Department of Justice indicating leads that might let the investigators from this committee discover the fact of the Ellsberg burglary and we began discussing that, [00.07.26] I asked him then if that had been authorized by Mr. Ehrlichman, and he told me--knowing Mr. Krogh pretty well and knowing Mr. Krogh had a similar level I as myself and didn't, would not start something of that dimension without clearing it with someone, and he told me, no. that to his knowledge Mr. Ehrlichman had not learned about it until after the fact and told me that his orders had come directly from the Oval Office, and I was, somewhat surprised and so surprised I said, "You have got to be kidding," and he repeated again, no. he said, they came from the Oval Office. Senator BAKER. This was Mr. Krogh Speaking? Mr. DEAN. Yes, sir. And subsequently, of course, he has under a Sworn statement said that, he was totally responsible for the matter. Senator BAKER. Mr. Dean, it is now a little after 4:30 and in deference to my colleagues, I am not going to try to finish with the list of questions and topics that, I thought I outlined to you earlier. What I would like to do for about 10 minutes, almost 15 minutes, say, to 4:45 is to go once again to the narrow focus of what the President knew and when he knew it, relative to Watergate. So would you please, move then to the, next situation. Mr. DEAN. Yes, sir. Senator BAKER. That would shed any light on that. [01.08.57]

POP Goes The Country No. 218 Promo

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POP Goes The Country No. 218 Nashville, Tennessee Promo
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