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Nightline #656940

ABC Special for Friday, Oct 28, 1983

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  • ABC "Nightline" re: the US invasion of Grenada, return of American troops from Grenada, additional troops in Grenada, domestic and foreign criticism of Reagan, public opinion poll, recap of "A Week of War" in Beirut and Grenada, reported by Ted Koppel, Joe Spencer, John McWethy, Jeff Greenfield, Hal Bruno, Mark Potter, Betsy Aaron.
  • Commentary by Paul Harvey.
  • Live discussion with Gary Hart, Ted Weiss, Oonagh McDonald, William Hyland, Tad Szulc.
  • Taped statements by Wesley McDonald, Thomas "Tip" O'Neill, Joseph Biden, Ted Weiss, John Tower, Jody Powell, Denis Healey, Margaret Thatcher, Ronald Reagan, George Bush and unidentified others.
  • Reporter(s):
    Spencer, Joe;
    McWethy, John;
    Harvey, Paul;
    Bruno, Hal;
    Potter, Mark;
    Aaron, Betsy

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