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Terrorism / United States Bus. #309272

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Apr 19, 1986
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced

(NYC: Victoria Corderi) No. United States corps. operating overseas noted; economy and soc. impact of necessary anti-terrorist measures examined. [Sec. specialist George WACKENHUT - denies atmosphere of paranoia; considers it reality.] State Department report noted indicating United States business ints. are primary target of terrorists; related statistics outlined on screen. [Bill NIEHOUS - recalls his 3 year ordeal as hostage in Venezuela.] Niehous recalled released in 1979; scenes shown. [NIEHOUS - notes normal business life is over in foreign cntrys. for Americans] [Pol. risk insurer Ebersol GAINES - cites econs. of situation.] [Barrier manufacturer David DICKINSON - describes his company's growth.]

Corderi, Victoria;
Schieffer, Bob

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