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1984 Vote / Debate and Foreign Policy #87378

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 21, 1984
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REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(DC) For. policy issues expected raised by President Reagan and Walter Mondale in tonight's debate examined. [Courtesy "This Week.", Clark CLIFFORD - believes Reagan has made no progress in relations with USSR , contrary to last six admins.] [Courtesy "This Week", Robert McFARLANE - explains President's stance.] [Courtesy CBS, Governor Mario CUOMO, Senator Paul LAXALT - disagree over Reagan's handling of terrorism.] [Courtesy NBC, Secretary State George SHULTZ - claims Salvadoran guerrillas are supplied from Nicaragua.] Democrats' claim that CIA terrorist manual illustrates administration's misguided foreign policy.
REPORTER: Dennis Troute

Donaldson, Sam;
Troute, Dennis

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