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Foreign Policy / Schlesinger / Mansfield / Rumsfeld #245101

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 28, 1976
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(Studio) Ex-Defense Secretary James Schlesinger says in "Reader's Digest" that Cuba's decision to send troops to Angola indicated decline in all American military strength. On CBS' "Face The Nation", Senator Mike Mansfield discusses Secretary State Henry Kissinger's warning to Cuba.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(DC) Mansfield says Kissinger has not discussed any plans for Cuba with Congress [MANSFIELD - doesn't feel there's much behind Kissinger's rhetoric.] Defense Secretary Don. Rumsfeld speaks on ABC's "Issues and Answers." [RUMSFELD - emphasizes other things that could be done to Cuba besides mil. action.] Rumsfeld tried to shift attention from Cuba to USSR .
REPORTER: George Herman

Herman, George;
Schieffer, Bob

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