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Frontline: War And Peace In Panama #656490

PBS Special for Friday, Apr 12, 1991

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An examination of the 1989 US attack to remove General Manuel Noriega from power and current political and economic conditions in Panama with excerpts of statements by and/or interviews with George Bush, "Newsweek" Pentagon correspondent Doug Waller, Sen. Jesse Helms, Sen. John Kerry, Ann McDaniel of "Newsweek", Secretary of State James Baker, retired General Bernard Trainor, General Marc Cisneros, US Army Ranger Lou Alivera, Cristobalina Ramos, Sergeant Halbert Andrews, Specialist Darren Marcinkevicius, Victoria Rodriguez, Ashton Bancroft, Enrique Johnson, Charles Maechling of the Brookings Institution, "La Prensa" Editor Roberto Eisenman, Lawyer Jose Morin, Panamanian Medical Association investigator Richard Cabasos, former US Ambassador to El Salvador Robert White, Panamanian Minister of Economy Guillermo Ford, former US Ambassador to Panama Andler Moss, Panamanian VP Ricardo Arias Calderon, Panamanian Customs Director Roderigo Arosamena, Panamanian Attorney General Rogelio Cruz, Law Professor Miguel Antonio Bernal, and Panamanian President Guillermo Endara.


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