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US-USSR Relations / Space Weapons #306177

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 04, 1985
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REPORTER: Dan Rather

(DC) Latest round of posturing by United States and USSR over issue of space weapons tests examined; Mikhail Gorbachev's statement, through Tass, outlined on screen. [Representative George BROWN - notes first United States anti-satellite test was scheduled for today; accuses administration's timing of announcement aimed at minimizing Congress reaction.] Rescheduling of today's test by Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger explained. Admin. criticism of United States Air Force timing of test in relationship to upcoming US-USSR summit noted.
REPORTER: David Martin

Reporter(s):
Martin, David;
Rather, Dan
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00:02:00

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