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The C. Everett Koop Papers

Title:
[Koop reflects on the controversy over his confirmation as U.S. Surgeon General] transcript of audio
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Running Time:
27 seconds
Date:
1989-05 (May 1989)
Creator:
Koop, C. Everett
Source:
"The Nation's Doctor." United States. Public Health Service. Office of the Surgeon General. 02:01:40:02 to 02:02:07:12 on DigiBeta tape.
Metadata Record The Nation's Doctor (May 1989)
Rights:
c The Procter & Gamble Company. Used by permission.
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Biographical Information
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Language:
English
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Transcript:
I remember being terribly concerned about how the Senate would vote on my confirmation, because, I endured nine months, when I first came to Washington, of being called "incompetent" and "unable to do public health" and "considered to be one of the worst appointments that Mr. [Ronald] Reagan made.
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