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Hoover Institution #268207

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 10, 1980
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(Studio) Role of Hoover Institution in Ronald Reagan plans noted.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Palo Alto, California) Hoover Institution profiled. Scenes shown. [Director, Hoover Institution West Glenn CAMPBELL - says far-out nature of Ivy League universities makes Hoover look conservative.] Reagan's papers from his terms as California governor said at Hoover. July 1978 film shown of dedication ceremonies at Hoover. Martin Anderson and Darryl Trent said Reagan policy advsrs. Richard Allen said Hoover alumnus. [Hoover Institution Tax Expert Alvin RABUSHKA - speaks of tax reform.] [For. policy expert Peter DUIGNAN - says only naive liberals think cold war with USSR ever ended. Proposes Egyptian troops be used by United States in Mideast.] Book "The United States in the 1980's" cited as Hoover publication.
REPORTER: Barry Petersen

Cronkite, Walter;
Petersen, Barry

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