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Washington Notebook (Paying For The Gulf) #334650

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Sep 15, 1990
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) New pledges of financial support for military buildup in Persian Gulf in an era of the new economics of war featured. [Representative David BONIOR - says costly burden must be shared.] [Representative Lee HAMILTON - comments on financial constraints and United States foreign policy.] United States need for financial aid from Japan explained. [Treasury Secretary Nicholas BRADY - says it shows world is aligned against Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.] [Yesterday, President BUSH - thanks Japan.] [Japanese ambassador Ryohei MURATA, Germany embassy spokesman Henning HORSTMANN - comment on their countries' contributions.] [Center for Defense Information retired Admiral Eugene CARROLL - raises issue of American deaths if there is fighting.] Threat of a holy war against the West reviewed.

Schieffer, Bob

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