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Under which president did Edward R. Murrow work as the head of the United States Information Agency? A. Franklin D. Roosevelt B. Harry S. Truman C. Dwight D. Eisenhower D. John F. Kennedy
Edward R. Murrow worked as head of the U.S. Information Agency under president John F. Kennedy.
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Edward R. Murrow worked as head of the U.S. Information Agency under president John F. Kennedy.
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