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Nicaragua #286870

CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 10, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Managua, Nicaragua) Impact of Sandinista revolution on Nicaragua's poor and uneducated compared to effect on upper class such as Gladys Hasslem; Hasslem's background outlined. [HASSLEM - feels revolution decreased upper class supporters; didn't suspect communist dictatorship.] Revolution's promise of co-existence between private industry and new government and current state of affairs discussed. [HASSLEM - fears complete destruction of all private enterprise, property.] Implications of compulsory military service for dissatisfied families such as Hasslem's considered. [HASSLEM - feels trapped.]

Rabel, Ed;
Rather, Dan

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