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South Africa / Reagan #550471

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 15, 1986
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(Studio: Chris Wallace) Effect on Reagan administration of Congress pressure with regard to sanctions against South Africa considered.

(DC: Robin Lloyd) Cape Town, South Africa, scenes shown. Limited measures against South Africa that could possibly be taken by President Reagan in event of excessive government action tomorrow considered. [REAGAN - argues against economy sanctions.] Criticism of South Africa recently by Secretary of State George Shultz recalled. President P.W. Botha's response noted. Growing pressure for sanctions in House of Representatives noted. [Representative Stephen SOLARZ - argues for sanctions.] Econ. sanctions said not being considered by White House even if situation gets out of control.

Lloyd, Robin;
Wallace, Chris

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