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Nuclear Freeze Movement #288924

CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 07, 1983
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(Studio) Goal of nuclear freeze movement noted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Saint Louis, Missouri) Pol. tactics employed by nuclear freeze movement examined. [Freeze author Randall FORSBERG - notes failure of movement to halt product of nuclear weapons.] Vice President George Bush's promotional efforts on behalf of President Reagan's arms control policy in Europe noted. [Senator John WARNER - calls for delay in legislative approach until negotiations are concluded.] Pts. agreed upon at Saint Louis conference of nuclear freeze movement outlined on screen. [Nuclear freeze director Randy KEHLER - notes need for 1984 political cands. to support freeze.] [Common Cause lobbyist Kathleen SHEEKEY - conducts class on lobbying tactics.] [Representative Edward MARKEY - notes middle class role in movement]
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Reporter(s):
Morton, Bruce;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:50

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