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Person of The Week (Bruce Morrison) #155973

ABC Evening News for Friday, Sep 02, 1994
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(Studio: Catherine Crier) Former Congressman and Irish-American Bruce Morrison, who helped move Northern Ireland closer to peace this week, profiled; various scenes shown from Northern Ireland. [MORRISON - talks about the IRA.] ["Irish Echo" editor Ray O'HANLON - talks about Morrison's sharp letter to President Clinton.] Clinton's move allowing Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams to come to America last January said seen as a turning point for the IRA. [MORRISON - talks about Adams' role.] [London School of Economics professor Brendan O'LEARY - talks about peace.] Clinton shown meeting with Ireland's deputy prime minister to talk about a United States role in a peaceful Ireland.

Crier, Catherine

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