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Washington Notebook (Defense Cuts) #331516

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 03, 1990
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Planned defense cuts and American military forces in Europe featured. [On Thursday, Secretary of Defense Dick CHENEY - says there is no need to dismantle NATO.] Dismantling of United States forces in post- World War II Europe recalled; historical film shown. [Arms Control Association Jack MENDELSOHN - speculates on how much could be saved by withdrawing troops from Europe.] [Brookings Institution Raymond GARTHOFF - talks about influence that would be lost without troops on the European scene.] [Carnegie Endowment Daniel HAMILTON - talks about new ways of dealing with new democracies in Eastern Europe.]

Schieffer, Bob

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