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Showdown in the Gulf #650325

CBS Special for Wednesday, Aug 08, 1990

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Broadcast re: US military deployment in Saudi Arabia in response to Iraq occupation of Kuwait with Dan Rather (CBS), excerpt of statement by Iraqi Ambassador to the UN Abdul Amir Al-Anbari, and live discussions between Rather and Lesley Stahl CBS), Sen. David Boren, Arab League spokesperson Clovis Maksoud, Israeli Ambassador to the US Moshe Arad, former Defense Secretary Harold Brown, retired General George Crist, and Middle East expert Fouad Ajami; taped segment with David Martin (CBS), and excerpts of briefing by Defense Secretary Richard Cheney and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Colin Powell; taped telephone interview by Ed Bradley (CBS) with US citizen Jim Calvin re: his escape from Kuwait.


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