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Tuesday, June 8, 2004

Pomp And Circumstance

In 1973, Lyndon Johnson was laid to rest, the last full-dress presidential funeral. Historian Douglas Brinkley spoke to The Early Show about the procedures that surround a state funeral.

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Tight Security At G-8

Meetings of the G-8 summit often draw fierce protests, and authorities are trying to avoid such a scene in Georgia, as Pres. Bush and other leaders discuss Iraq and world affairs. Bill Plante reports.

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U.N. Backs Iraq Plan

The U.N. Security Council unanimously endorsed a U.S. resolution backing the transfer of sovereignty to Iraq's new government, John Roberts reports.

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Freedom For Four

Despite the violence that has become all too frequent, some good news comes today as coalition forces free four hostages held captive for months in Iraq. Charlie D?Agata has more.

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Russian Chicken

American-trained Russian chicken farmers are helping bolster the Russian poultry market, which had relied on imports.

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Nancy's Alzheimer's Campaign

Sandra Hughes has the Inside Story on former first lady Nancy Reagan's campaign to support stem cell research, which could help find a cure for Alzheimer's disease.

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The Films Of Ronald Reagan

Ronald Reagan appeared in dozens of movies, but it wasn't until he reached the White House that he finally achieved true leading man status. John Blackstone reports on Reagan's films.

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Reagan's Youngest Pen Pal

Ronald Reagan wrote thousands of letters while in the White House, including some to an elementary school student named Rudy Hines. Hines and his mother, Stephanie Lee, spoke to The Early Show.

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