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Koppel leaves 'Nightline' with a message

By Joanna Weiss
Globe Staff / November 23, 2005

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If you believed the promotions, Ted Koppel's final ''Nightline" was to be a gentle leave-taking, another half-hour with wise Morrie Schwartz, a final dose of the heartwarming stuff. And it was, until the final moment -- when Koppel, true to form, said what he clearly felt was warranted. (Full article: 492 words)

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