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Reagan Address: Central American Military Aide #884025

CBS Special for Wednesday, Apr 27, 1983

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  • Live ABC news coverage of a Presidential address to a joint sessions of Congress by Ronald Reagan regarding his policy in Central America, including his $100 million aide program for El Salvadoran military and the fight against the Sandinistas in Nicaragua, complete with the Democratic response from Senator Christopher Dodd, hosted by Dan Rather. Interviews with Rep. James Leach of Ohio; Lawrence Pezzullo, Former Ambassador to Nicaragua; and William LeoGrande, American University for more varied views. Analysis with Lesley Stahl, Phil Jones and Bruce Morton.

  • Reporter(s):
    Stahl, Lesley;
    Jones, Phil;
    Morton, Bruce
    Duration:
    01:11:50

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