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Defense Spending / Peace Dividend #124723

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 14, 1990
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Cokie Roberts) Talk in Washington, DC, about a "peace dividend" coming out of defense spending cuts due to events in Eastern Europe featured. [President BUSH - comments on peace dividend.] [Governor Mario CUOMO, Secretary of Defense Dick CHENEY - comment on availability of money.] Announcement from Cheney of cutbacks in civilian jobs at Pentagon recalled. [Senator Jim SASSER - criticizes administration's reactions on defense spending.] [Former Secretary of Defense Caspar WEINBERGER - comments on issue.] Upcoming battle in Congress over defense cuts described. [Senator Sam NUNN - comments on defense spending.] Results of ABC News/"Washington Post" poll on cutting defense spending outlined on screen. [CHENEY, SASSER - elaborate on American people and defense spending.]

Reporter(s):
Roberts, Cokie;
Simpson, Carole
Duration:
00:03:00

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