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White Paper: The Castro Connection #856239

NBC Special for Wednesday, Sep 03, 1980

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  • NBC White Paper: "The Castro Connection," exploring the influence of Fidel Castro and Marxism on Nicaragua, El Salvador, Angola and Cuba, including a look at U.S. Foreign Policy in relation to Central America.
  • Reporter: Marvin Kalb, Jon Alpert.
  • Excerpts of statements by and/or interviews with Fidel Castro, Miguel D'Escoto, Alfonso Robelo, Jesse Helms, Tom Harkin, Henry Kissinger, Myles Frechette, Frank Mankiewicz, Noel Blackman, Frederick Richmond, Richard Millett, Ronald Reagan, Warren Christopher, John Anderson.
  • Picture disturbances at [8:34:30], [8:46:00, 8:46:30], [9:37:20].
  • Reporter(s):
    Kalb, Marvin;
    Alpert, Jon

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