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Weapons For The Future: Questions For Now #872298

CBS Special for Monday, Oct 05, 1981

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  • CBS special report "Weapons for the Future: Questions for Now" re: U.S. Defense, stealth bombers, anchored by Bob Schieffer with reports by Ike Pappas, Jacqueline Adams, Bruce Morton
  • Footage of speeches/statements by President Ronald Reagan, Sentaor John Tower, General David Jones, Senator Henry Jackson, Caspar Weinberger
  • Interviews with Zbigniew Brzezinski, Dr Herbert Scoville, Harold Brown, Russell Dougherty, George Keegan, Dr Christoph Bertram, Gordon Adams, David Gold, Senator Paul Tsongas, Senator Henry Jackson, Edwin Meese, Peter Hart
  • Footage of Rockwell International employees working
  • Reporter(s):
    Schieffer, Bob

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