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NBC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 06, 1988
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(Des Moines, Iowa: Tom Pettit) Response of Iowans and president cands. to issue of aid to Nicaragua Contras featured; details given, scenes shown. [Vice President George BUSH, Senator Robert DOLE, Jesse JACKSON, Senator Paul SIMON, Governor Michael DUKAKIS, Representative Richard GEPHARDT - campaign for or against Contra aid.] [Episcopal priest, Iowan Suzanne PETERSON - discusses Contra issue.] Role of Iowa churches in opposition to Contra funding reported [IOWANS - discuss Contra aid.] Support for aid to Contras by Iowa Representative Fred Grandy reported [GRANDY - comments.] Ad campaign by those opposing Contra aid to change Grandy's mind shown. [PETERSON - comments of Grandy's vote during House vote on Contra aid.]
- Pettit, Tom
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