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Nightline #646612

ABC Special for Thursday, Nov 22, 1990

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Live discussion re: British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's resignation with Ted Koppel (ABC) and Thatcher biographer Kenneth Harris; taped segment with John Lawrence (ABC), excerpts of statements by Thatcher, Simon Hoggart of "The Guardian", London pollster Robert Worcester, political editor Eleanor Goodman, and author/economist Anthony Sampson; taped segment with Bill Redeker (ABC), excerpts of today's speech by George Bush to US troops, and other remarks made by Bush in Saudi Arabia; taped excerpts of letters sent home from Saudi Arabia by US soldiers John Hunter, Ned Yeager, James Barkley, John Jay Kabler, Rebecca Stapp, James Berlinger, Mike Garback, and Linda Bell.

Duration:
00:29:00

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