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CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 28, 1982
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(Studio) Concern over President Reagan's choice of successor to Secretary of State Alexander Haig, George Shultz, said focusing on his association with Pro-Arab corp., Bechtel; Richard Nixon's perception of Shultz, once his cabinet mbr., noted. Films shown of Nixon, meeting with President Giscard d'Estaing in Paris. [NIXON - comments on future foreign policy of administration] Background of Bechtel Corporation described.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(San Francisco, California) Bechtel Corporation featured; films shown. [1935, Franklin D. ROOSEVELT - praises Bechtel.] Their role in Hoover Dam, Oakland Bay bridge, nuclear power plants, Alaska pipeline, subways and oil exploration outlined; Reagan aides Caspar Weinberger, West Ken. Davis (Undersecretary of Energy) and Shultz noted all Bechtel employees. Bechtel's relationship with Saudi Arabia described. [Senator Alan CRANSTON - notes focus of hearings on Shultz.] Possible links between Bechtel and CIA considered; John McCone and Richard Helms, both former CIA heads, noted with Bechtel.
REPORTER: Linda Douglass

Douglass, Linda;
Rather, Dan

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