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.
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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.