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Washington Notebook (Star Wars) #325817

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 04, 1989
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Present and future status of SDI/Star Wars featured; President Reagan's vision about SDI/Star Wars recalled. [Federal of American Scientists spokesperson John PIKE - discusses program.] Animation shown. Likely approach of President Bush's administration to Star Wars explained. [Representative Les ASPIN - comments on Bush and Star Wars.] [On January 25, Secretary of Defense-designate John TOWER - comments on Star Wars.] [On August 29, 1988, BUSH -outlines his approach to SDI.] Defense Department animation shown. [Nuclear physicist Sidney DRELL - comments on admin.'s pragmatic approach to program.] Possible systems explained; animation shown. [ASPIN - says it will have different focus.] (NOTE: Temporary video difficulties :24:40-:25:30)

Schieffer, Bob

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