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Frontline - Pentagon Incorporated #934334

PBS Special for Monday, Feb 21, 1983

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Reagan era increase in military spending. How an increased defense budget affects local industry and communities, both positively and negatively. Industries around the midwest and southeast are examined. Colonel Albert Spaulding: Department of Defense, John Lehman: Secretary of the Navy, Senator Ralph Williams: West Virginia Senator, Bernard Johns: Defense Logistics Attorney, Ray Stata: President, Analog Devices, General Bernard Weiss: U.S. Air Force, General Lawrence Skantze: U.S. Air Force, Representative Samuel Stratton: D- New York, Representative Dennis Hertel: D- Michigan, Representative Robert Badham: R- California, Representative Barbara Mikulski: D- Maryland, Representative Dennis Eckart: D- Ohio, Caspar Weinberger: Defense Secretary, Senator Donald Riegle: D- Michigan
Savitch, Jessica.

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