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After The Battle...A Search for Answers #659204

CBS Special for Friday, Nov 04, 1983

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  • Report re: the US invasion of Grenada anchored by Dan Rather with reports from Bob Schieffer, Bill Plante, Bill Moyers, and Liz Trotter.
  • Statements from unnamed Granadian citizens, Lt. Col. Ralph Hegler, and President Ronald Reagan.
  • Interviews with Rep. Wyche Fowler, Select Intelligence Commitee, Rep Edward Boland of Massachusetts, Adm. Bobby Inman (ret.) Former CIA Deputy Director, Senator Charles Mathias of Maryland, Senator Sam Nunn of Georgia, James Schlesinger, former Defense Secretary, Richard Viguerie, National Conservative Coalition, Lyn Nofziger, Reagan Political Adviser, Jim Rudin, Cornelia Rudin, Alice Robertson, and Pat White.

  • Reporter(s):
    Schieffer, Bob;
    Plante, Bill;
    Moyers, Bill;
    Trotter, Liz

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