CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 26, 1982
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(Studio) Samuel Taylor Coleridge quoted.
REPORTER: Morton Dean
(Boston, Massachusetts) History of Falkland Island examined. [UN ambassador Jeane KIRKPATRICK - denies United States has position on underlying claims.] [Barry HOFFMAN - describes letter from Martin Van Buren regarding Falkland Island] Role of United States Navy in Falkland history considered. [State Department spokesperson Dean FISCHER - claims United States has no position on island sovereignty.] Implications of Van Buren letter noted.
REPORTER: Charles Osgood
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