ABC Special for Wednesday, Nov 07, 1990
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Live discussion re: results of yesterday's congressional and gubernatorial elections with Ted Koppel (ABC), Senator-elect Paul Wellstone, Representative-elect Bernard Sanders, Representative-elect Gary Franks, and defeated Senate candidate Christine Todd Whitman; taped segment with Jeff Greenfield (ABC), Democratic National Committee Chairman Ron Brown, Republican National Committee Acting Chairman Charles Black, Rep. Robert Kastenmeier, Fred Wertheimer of Common Cause, Sen. Bill Bradley, Michael Barone of "US News and World Report", Burt Pines of The Heritage Foundation, and Elaine Kamarck of The Progressive Policy Institute; updates re: US response to threat of Iraq expansionism in the Persian Gulf region.
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