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Philippines / Marcos' War Record, Campaigns #306571

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 25, 1986
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Ferdinand Marcos' aides' effort to defense his alleged war record, disputed by United States documents uncovered recently, noted.

(Manila, Philippines: David Jackson) United States and government-controlled Filipino media's coverage of campaigns. of Marcos and opponent Corazon Aquino compared; exs. shown. [Pro.-government reporter Theodore VALENCIA (Central Intelligence Agency) - acknowledges government owns the papers.] [Independent columnist Ninez CACHO-OLIVARES - feels situation is unfair.] [Imelda Marcos' AIDE - prevents United States media from covering her speech.] [Imelda MARCOS - considers United States media's coverage of husband's disputed war record propaganda of the opposition.]

Jackson, David;
Schieffer, Bob

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