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  1. Walter Cronkite wrote his own biography and the story of his "reporter's life" in just the way he wanted us to remember him. Historian David Brinkley brilliantly picks up the thread of Cronkite's own words and weaves a much deeper, richer, fuller and nuanced telling /5().
  2. Dec 12,  · From until , Walter Cronkite, endeared to many as "Uncle Walter" came into the American living room every evening via CBS evening news. For many Americans, Mr. Cronkite was the standard in both news accuracy and honesty. However, actual standards are not established by consumers of products, but by their producers/5().
  3. May 01,  · Cronkite's War book. Read 37 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A giant in American journalism in the vanguard of The Greatest Gene.
  4. Jul 28,  · Someone who has taken numerous hits to the head, often in football, hockey, volleyball, sledding and cheerleading, can develop CTE. The disease can have a major effect on a person’s thinking, memory, personality and behavior, according to studies by Mayo Clinic and others.. According to the lawsuit, Jason Franklin’s emotional and mental health deteriorated because of concussions he.
  5. Jul 18,  · >> an era before blogs and emails, cell phone and cable, he was the news. walter invited us to believe in him and he always invited us in. >> he was literally a living legend, and now a legend in memory. >> cronkite won numerous awards and by the time he left the anchor chair, cronkite had become a legend, carrying long memories of a nation's sorrow and triumphs. a man his nation knew .
  6. May 20,  · Long-time television newsman Richard (Dick) Florea has been called Fort Wayne’s Walter Cronkite. Cronkite was called “the most trusted .
  7. Jul 27,  · She remembers a colleague hoping every day that the bus would be wheelchair-accessible when it came by, so she could go about her day. She remembers another colleague with a master’s degree but an obvious physical disability that cost him his job. The ADA, signed 30 years ago Sunday, changed all that.
  8. But that changed on Dec. 10, , when he saw a four-minute story on the "CBS Evening News With Walter Cronkite". Shortly after the program ended, Sullivan called Cronkite to ask him what he knew about "those bugs, or whatever they call themselves." His inability to remember .
  9. Jul 18,  · For a generation of TV viewers, he was the man who delivered the news. Now he’s become a news story himself. Walter Cronkite, who guided America through the Vietnam War, the assassinations of John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr., and Robert Kennedy and man's landing on the moon, has passed away.

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