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South Africa / Economic Sanctions / Bush #339149

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 10, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(London: Barry Petersen) Reaction to President Bush's lifting of economic sanctions against South Africa featured; impact sanctions had on South Africa's economy reviewed. [American Chamber of Commerce Wayne MITCHELL, foreign minister Roelof "Pik" BOTHA, African National Congress (ANC) Thabo MBEKI - comment.] South Africa noted also invited back to the Olympics. [South African author Benjamin POGRUND - comments.] Black-on-black violence scenes shown.

(White House: Susan Spencer) Bush's reasons for lifting sanctions featured. [BUSH - talks about his talk with African National Congress president Nelson Mandela.] [Representatives Ron DELLUMS, John CONYERS - criticize Bush's conduct of race relations.] [BUSH - responds to civil rights groups' opposition to his nomination of Clarence Thomas to the Supreme Court.] Bush's general problems with civil rights groups reviewed.

Petersen, Barry;
Rather, Dan;
Spencer, Susan

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