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The Koppel Report: A Town Hall Meeting With Nelson Mandela #646743

ABC Special for Thursday, Jun 21, 1990

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First of a two part broadcast of a town hall meeting at City College of New York with Nelson Mandela; this broadcast includes the participation of Ted Koppel (ABC), Reverend Calvin Butts, attorney Gloria Toote, a taped statement by Koos van der Merwe of South Africa's Conservative Party, Ken Adelman of the Institute of Contemporary Studies, American Jewish Congress Executive Director Henry Siegman, Malcolm Dunn, a taped statement by Kwazulu Chief Minister Gatsha Buthelezi, and former South African Consul General Abe Hoppenstein; for information about the continuation of this town meeting see the record entitled "Nightline: A Town Hall Meeting With Nelson Mandela".


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