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Central American Peace Plan #317160

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Aug 20, 1987
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Santa Barbara, California: Bill Plante) White House effort to regain conservatives' support despite latter's criticism of President Reagan's endorsement of current Central American peace plan, seen by conservatives as selling out Contras, noted; details given, scenes shown. [Chief of staff Howard BAKER - explains official purpose for next week's California meeting of Reagan and Contra leaders] television commercial accusing Reagan of appeasement shown. [National Conservative Fndn. spokesperson L. Brent BOZELL - denies conservative movement has abandoned Reagan, but rather he has abandoned it.] [BAKER - responds.] Colonel Oliver North's testimony recalled enhancing Contra fundraising efforts. [American Enterprise Institution spokesperson William SCHNEIDER - accuses Reagan of throwing away fundraising opportunity North began.] Nancy Reagan mentioned.

Plante, Bill;
Schieffer, Bob

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