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Peter Jennings: A Reporter's Life

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"[Peter] was the one who asked [Egyptian President] Anwar Sadat, when he was making a film about Sadat's life, the question 'What would you like your epitaph to read?' And Sadat thought about it all day and came back in the evening when they recorded the interview and said, 'I would like my epitaph to read, "He lived for peace and died for principles."' That is what's on his tomb." - Charles Glass, former ABC News correspondent

With Anwar Sadat, in the Sinai. (Robert Azzi)

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