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Nicaragua / United States Policy #303120

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Apr 20, 1985
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(Studio) President Reagan noted claiming presence of USSR military personnel in Nicaragua as he conts. pushing for Congress passage of his aid request for anti-government Nicaraguan guerrillas.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(DC) White House demonstration protesting Reagan's policy in Central America and South Africa noted; films shown. [Voice of REAGAN - claims rejecting aid package will end hopes for peace in Central America, presence of USSR military personnel in Nicaragua; remarks transcribed on screen.] Status of Soviet advisers in north Nicaragua explained, discussed. [Jesse JACKSON - thinks trying to overthrow government with which we have dipl. relations is madness.] Tomorrow's Congress vote on aid legislature considered.
REPORTER: Gary Schuster

Schieffer, Bob;
Schuster, Gary

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