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Pakistan / United States Aid #315120

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Mar 07, 1987
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(DC: Deborah Potter) Possible threat to continued United States aid for Pakistan of latter's nuclear bomb development examined; details given, scenes shown. Senator John Glenn's call for halt to United States military aid cited as example [Deputy assistant secretary state Robert PECK - responds to Representative Stephen Solarz's inquiry.] Current condition for President Reagan's continued aid to Pakistan noted. [Nuclear arms expert Leonard SPECTOR - believes Pakistan is nuclear capable; explains.] [Senator Alan CRANSTON - thinks United States is unable to produce results with Pakistan.] Admin.'s use of Afghanistan issue to campaign for contd. Pakistani aid cited.

Reporter(s):
Potter, Deborah;
Schieffer, Bob
Duration:
00:02:00

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