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Walter Cronkite Dead at 92: What do you remember most?

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Fri, Jul 17, 2009 at 5:43 PM

The news from Politico of the passing of longtime broadcaster Walter Cronkite is bound to bring forth a lot of memories from people who watched him as children, back when the network nightly news shows played a major role in shaping American culture and politics, unlike their far more diminished roles today.

What is your most vivid memory of Walter Cronkite, if you are old enough to have watched him as a young person or child? Some say his gripping broadcast of man's landing on the moon. Some say his devastating live announcement of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

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