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Reagan Administration / South Africa #306474

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jan 20, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Criticism of President Reagan's South Africa policy noted evident at Atlanta ceremonies honoring Martin Luther King, Junior [State Department deputy for African affairs William ROBERTSON - claims President calls for end to apartheid.] [CROWD - jeers Robertson.] Vice President George Bush's private meeting with Bishop Desmond Tutu described. [BUSH - claims Tutu is pressing for Reagan to publicly call for economy sanctions against South African apartheid government; defs. administration's policies; comments on Tutu's remarks today on remembering those who help anti-apartheid movement, African National Congress]

Rather, Dan

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