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Washington Notebook (Foreign Aid) #329508

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 13, 1990
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Question of where money comes from for foreign aid featured. [Panama Vice President Guillermo FORD - says we are hoping for cooperation from US.] [Senator Jim SASSER - says we are out of cash.] [Agency for International Development Mark EDELMAN - comments on foreign aid and federal budget.] [American University William LeoGRANDE - comments.] [SASSER - says there are neglected areas in United States that need attention.] [EDELMAN - says money for new foreign aid comes out of other areas.] [TransAfrica Randall ROBINSON - says United States must respond to Africa's problems.] Threat to foreign aid of American failure to respond to its own economic problems reiterated.

Schieffer, Bob

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