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Cuba / Tourism #288903

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 05, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Lesley Stahl

(DC) United States government's efforts to prevent Americans from visiting Cuba examined; films shown. State Department's refusal to discuss new policy prohibiting Americans from spending US-earned money in Cuba noted. [Treasury assistant secretary John WALKER - defs. new rules.] Federal appeals court said considering legal challenge to ruling. [Harvard Prof. Ruth Hubbard WALD - explains purpose of legal challenge.] [Reverend Alice HAGEMAN - wants contact between international Christians.] [School headmaster Francis BRADLEY - notes Quaker tradition of making contact with the enemy.] [WALKER - responds.] [Attorney Charles SIMS - thinks government has set bad precedent.] [WALKER - considers it economy issue.] [SIMS - believes constitutional rights of citizens is being used by government for transient foreign policy.]
REPORTER: Bill McLaughlin

McLaughlin, Bill;
Stahl, Lesley

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