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Sonya Live #649989

CNN Special for Wednesday, Jan 16, 1991

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  • A live discussion on "Sonya Live" of public reaction to events leading up to the beginning of the Persian Gulf war with Sonya Friedman, Father Raymond Tillrock, Reverend McKinley Young, former Muslim representative to the Vatican Shaikh Moizul Matin, and Rabbi Jon Konheim, and unidentified telephone callers.
  • A live interview by Friedman with British pollster Robert Worcester re: British public opinion.
  • A live discussion re: medical preparedness in the event of war with Friedman, Emergency Medical Preparedness Office Director Dr. Raymond Bonnabeau, and American Red Cross Chief Medical Officer Dr. S. Gerald Sandler.
  • Unidentified telephone callers comments re: Persian Gulf situation.
  • Updates re: the Persian Gulf situation reported by Don Miller.
  • A business news update by Myron Kandel.

  • Duration:
    00:57:00

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