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Washington Notebook (America Abroad) #336401

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Dec 14, 1991
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) America's role abroad in the post-Cold War era examined. [Tuesday in New Hampshire, Republican presidential candidate Patrick BUCHANAN; Tuesday in Chicago, President BUSH; at Princeton University, Secretary of State James BAKER - make speeches on isolationism.] [Johns Hopkins University Michael MANDELBAUM - comments on weak conditions for internationalism, need for strong economy.] Role of foreign policy issue in David Duke's recent Louisiana gubernatorial campaign and Harris Wofford's recent Senate campaign recalled. [Democratic presidential candidates Governor Bill CLINTON, Senator Tom HARKIN - criticize Bush.] [Representative Lee HAMILTON - comments on bashing United States international leadership.] Bush administration reported organizing a relief effort for the USSR .

Schieffer, Bob

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