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El Salvador / United States Aid / Central American Policy #83761

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 17, 1983
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(Studio) Representative Clarence Long's criticism of Reagan administration's Central American policy and call for special envoy to El Salvador noted.
REPORTER: Tom Jarriel

(DC) Congress concern over legality and wisdom of administration `s Central American policy and requests for incrd. military aid to El Salvador examined. [LONG - doesn't think Republican Representatives would approve funds without conditions.] Reagan said declining comment. [Assistant secretary state Thomas ENDERS and Representative Gerry STUDDS - argue about Nicaraguan policy.] [ENDERS - claims Nicaragua seeks USSR involvement.] Secretary State George Shultz's upcoming Mexican trip mentioned.
REPORTER: Anne Garrels

Garrels, Anne;
Jarriel, Tom

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