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Person of The Week (Meese) #100178

ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 28, 1986
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(Studio: Tom Jarriel) Rel. of Dwight Eisenhower-Sherman Adams and John F. Kennedy-Robert F. Kennedy recalled. Attorney General Edwin Meese and his relationship with President Reagan profiled. [MEESE - discusses Iran arms scandal.] [Harvard law school professor Laurence TRIBE - explains Meese's personal and professional dilemma in investigating scandal.] [Georgetown Univ. spokesperson Robert KUPPERMAN - disagrees.] Meese's role in Reagan's California gubernatorial administration reviewed. [MEESE - dismisses significance of Supreme Court decisions.] [Prof. A.E. Dick HOWARD - cites implications of attorney general expressing such attitude toward Supreme Court] [Senator John KERRY - wants President to appoint special prosecutor to investigate Iran arms scandal.] [MEESE - comments.]

Jarriel, Tom

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