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Sunday Cover (President Reagan) #397782

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 22, 2001
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(Quebec City: John Roberts) A new book about President Ronald Reagan by former advisor Michael Deaver featured; video shown of the 1981 assassination attempt. ["A Different Drummer" author DEAVER - says Reagan felt his purpose was to end the Cold War with the USSR ; explains what Reagan's strongest asset was; talks about Reagan's call for the Berlin Wall to be torn down; says Reagan said he did not know about Iran-Contra; comments on Reagan's illness.] [In '84 debate, REAGAN - jokes about his opponent's experience.] [In 1987 Berlin speech, REAGAN - calls for Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev to "tear down this wall."] [In 1987, REAGAN - comments on the Iran-Contra affair.]

Roberts, John

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