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(Studio) Assistant Secretary of State Thomas Enders reported reviving domino theory in effort to get incrd. aid to El Salvador from Congress; details given.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(DC) [ENDERS - thinks El Salvador representatives decisive battle in Central America; hypothesizes scenario should incrd. United States aid not be provided.] [Representative Clarence LONG - questions similarity with United States involvement in Vietnam.] [ENDERS - responds.] United States Air Force General James Ahmen said acknowledging incrd. US personnel sent to El Salvador.
REPORTER: Bob Simon
(Studio) Difficulty in objectively documenting fighting in El Salvador compared to situation in various other international locales. Film of rebel forces narrated.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
- Rather, Dan;
- Simon, Bob
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