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Reagan / FBI Informant #305518

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Aug 25, 1985
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(Studio) President Reagan said FBI informant while Screen Actors Guild pres
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

(Santa Barbara, California) President's continued recovery noted illustrated by his and Nancy Reagan's ranch activities today; scenes, file footage shown. "San Jose Mercury News" reported obtaining FBI documents verifying Reagan and first wife Jane Wyman were agency informants while also defense Jews against anti-Semitism and criticizing House Un-American Activities Committee [October 23, 1947, REAGAN - defs. right of any political party to exist in US.] [Author Phillip DUNNE - is surprised at extent of Reagan's rightist pols.] [Attorney General Edwin MEESE - defs. President's motives.]
REPORTER: Jacqueline Adams

Adams, Jacqueline;
Morton, Bruce

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