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Washington, DC / Duarte Visit #297073

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 20, 1984
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(Studio) Importance of El Salvador's latest president, Jose Napoleon Duarte, to President Reagan's election year pols. explained.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(DC) Duarte's visit here featured. [Courtesy NBC "Meet the Press", DUARTE - claims he will confront problems of violence, death squads, injustice.] Duarte noted receive threats from both right and left as well as lack of support by military, El Salvador's actual rulers. [Representative Clarence LONG - cites needs for Duarte to control military if he is to succeed; opposes immediate United States funding.] [Senator Lawton CHILES - disagrees; explains.] Admin. spokesperson `s praise of Duarte's Capitol Hill lobbying effectiveness outlined.
REPORTER: John Ferrugia

(Studio) Amnesty International's upcoming report on El Salvador, condemning Salvadoran government's handling of civilian deaths, mentioned.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

Dean, Morton;
Ferrugia, John

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