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Hour B, Segment 5
The History Book
March 10, 1876—Alexander Graham Bell makes the first successful telephone call, saying "Mr. Watson, come here, I want you."
March 9, 1954—Newsman Edward R. Murrow critically showcases Wisconsin Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy's anti-Communism campaign on the CBS-TV broadcast See It Now.
March 10, 1985—Mikhail Gorbachev is chosen to succeed the late Soviet President Konstantin Chernenko. Gorbachev ends up presiding over the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
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