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British Tourists #276527

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 15, 1981
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(Studio) Paul Revere mentioned.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(London, England) Popularity of United States as vacation spot for British tourists reported illustrated by situation at United States embassy. [Joe HOWARD - notes confusion.] Howard's effort to obtain visa and problems `ensuing from it outlined. [HOWARD - comments on problem.] Embassy's means of dealing with visa applications discussed. [PEOPLE - comment.] Econ. encouragement for United States vacation mentioned. [Consul general Alan GISE - notes failure of Congress to pass visa-waiver legislature] Support for move to drop visa requirement noted.
REPORTER: John Blackstone

Blackstone, John;
Robinson, Max

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