Ronald Reagan Speech: United Nations #1011661
ABC Special for Monday, Sep 21, 1987
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Live ABC coverage and analysis of President Ronald Reagan's speech on the opening day of the 42nd General Assembly of the United Nations, re: American foreign relations and the challenges confronting the UN, with a special focus on an American-Soviet agreement on intermediate range nuclear weapons.
Coverage is provided by anchor Peter Jennings, correspondent Sam Donaldson, and United Nations Correspondent John McWethy.
Includes statements and speeches from President Ronald Reagan and President of the United Nations Peter Florin.
- McWethy, John;
- Donaldson, Sam
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