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United Nations Anniversary (Part II) #304373

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 25, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Kenya) United Nations General Assembly's traditional attitude toward-US and Israel noted. [Senator Dan. MOYNIHAN - doesn't think General Assembly could be invented if it didn't already exist.] [Conservative Caucus spokesperson Howard PHILLIPS - claims organization is Marxist.] UN's development work in Third World examined. [UNICEF spokesperson Philip HASSRICK - praises organization's lasting impact.] Several United Nations projects in Kenya detailed as exs. [UN development programmer Gian Ludovico PENNACCHIO - notes Kenya's developmental problems keep pace with its population growth.] [Singapore ambassador Tommy KOH - thinks most Third World ntns. aren't helping themselves enough.]
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Morton, Bruce;
Rather, Dan

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