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US-USSR Relations / Arms Control, Iran Arms Scandal #315090

CBS Evening News for Friday, Mar 06, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(DC: Bill Plante) President Reagan's agenda today said apparently effort to use Mikhail Gorbachev's latest arms control proposal as means of regaining his equilibrium from Iran arms scandal; details given, scenes shown. Secretary of State George Shultz noted scheduled to meet with foreign minister Eduard Shevardnadze in Moscow soon. [Chief of staff Howard BAKER - is optimistic.] Arms control agreement's political importance to Reagan in wake of Iran debacle cited. [REAGAN - comments.] [United States arms negotiator Max KAMPELMAN - denies President is anxious for immediate agreement.] [Assistant defense secretary Richard PERLE - notes verification issue remains unresolved.]

Plante, Bill;
Rather, Dan

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