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Denmark / Elections / NATO and United States Relations #321593

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 08, 1988
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Report introduced.

(Copenhagen, Denmark: Bill McLaughlin) Impt. of Denmark to NATO strategy in north Europe reported; details given of anti-nuclear law in Denmark that conflicts with United States Navy rules, scenes shown. [US Navy SPOKESPERSON - says it's US policy to neither proclaim nor deny presence of nuclear weapons on our ships.] Defense experts reported warning Reagan administration to find compromise to issue. [NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) expert Robert O'NEIL - calls for hands-off approach by US.] TV ad shown of Prime Min. Poul Schlueter, who is opposed by socialist Svend Auken. [AUKEN - says the little guy should be allowed to speak his mind.] Impt. of younger generation, which is more concerned with nuclear hazards than threat of USSR , in election detailed.

McLaughlin, Bill;
Spencer, Susan

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