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1990 Year in Review #331064

CBS Evening News for Monday, Dec 31, 1990
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Sights and sounds of 1990 reviewed: Nelson Mandela of South Africa, Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and President Bush, television character "Bart Simpson", protest marches in USSR , Jerusalem, space programs, art and obscenity, flag burning demonstrations, Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, United States troops in Saudi Arabia, several elements of the Persian Gulf crisis, various world leaders and national figures, including savings and loan executives Charles Keating and Neil Bush, "junk bond" king Michael Milken, baseball lockout, Roseanne Barr's singing, various cultural phenomena, shuttle launch and more.

Chung, Connie

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