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Richard III's Remains Spur Reexamination of His Reputation

  • Aired: 02/04/2013
  • 06:46
  • Rating: E
An archaeological dig has led to the discovery of the remains of Richard III, one of the most legendary and reviled British monarchs. But did the 15th century king deserve his reputation? Gwen Ifill talks to New York Times reporter John Burns about the historic find and what will happen to the king's bones and notoriety now.
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