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Video: ABC News Anchor In 1979 Hoped For A 'World At Peace' During 2017 Eclipse

On Monday, August 21st, some parts of North America will be treated to a total solar eclipse for the first time since 1979, and during their now-decades old broadcast of the event, ABC News anchor Frank Reynolds (who died in 1983) concluded with a declaration of hope that the world in 2017 would be a peaceful one. [ more › ]
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