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Drugs / Senate, Reagans, Education #312058

CBS Evening News for Friday, Sep 12, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Senator Robert Byrd and President Reagan noted supporting mandatory death penalty for drug traffickers.

(NYC: Charles Osgood) President's support of drug education noted. [REAGAN - claims education is key.] Senator Paula Hawkins' opposition to specific types of drug education examined. [HAWKINS - questions parameters of suggested legislature] Exs. given. [HAWKINS - attacks thesis of "Chocolate to Morphine" book.] [Drug educator Arnold TREBACH - defs. book.] [HAWKINS - responds.] [TREBACH - considers White House approach simplistic.] [Soc. researcher Lloyd JOHNSTON - cites possibility of popular approach backfiring.] [TREBACH - responds.]

Osgood, Charles;
Rather, Dan

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