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The U. S. and the Panama Canal.

Author: Ronald ReaganAquilino BoydRichard C HotteletJihan SadatLea RabinAll authors
Publisher: New York : Grolier Educational Corp.
Series: Vital history cassettes, Apr. '76, no. 2.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
Database:WorldCat
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Richard C. Hottelet presents some of the historical background on the Panama Canal Zone, and Ronald Reagan and Panamanian Foreign Minister Aquilino Boyd present their opposing views.

Ronald Reagan presents his position on control of the Panama Canal, in response to Aquilino Boyd's criticism that he is irresponsobly creating an explosive situation in Panama.

Jehan Sadat, the first Arab woman of note to become a public person, talks about her views and her life in politics.

Leah Rabin, Israel's first lady, speaks about her country and her role in it, and her relationship to her husband.

Mac Grier talks about the French settlement of St. Martinville Louisiana, and the Cajun culture that continues there to this day.  Read more...

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Named Person: Jīhān Sādāt; Lea Rabin
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Ronald Reagan; Aquilino Boyd; Richard C Hottelet; Jihan Sadat; Lea Rabin; Mac Grieg
OCLC Number: 229421524
Description: audio cassette.
Contents: Side A. Reagan, R. The U. S. and the Panama Canal, pt. I and II. Sadat, J. A profile of the Egyptian First Lady Jehan Sadat.-Side B. Rabin, L. Profile of Leah Rabin. Grieg, M. The Cajuns of Louisiana.
Series Title: Vital history cassettes, Apr. '76, no. 2.
Other Titles: Profile of the Egyptian First Lady Jehan Sadat.
Profile of Leah Rabin.
Cajuns of Louisiana.

Abstract:

Richard C. Hottelet presents some of the historical background on the Panama Canal Zone, and Ronald Reagan and Panamanian Foreign Minister Aquilino Boyd present their opposing views.

Ronald Reagan presents his position on control of the Panama Canal, in response to Aquilino Boyd's criticism that he is irresponsobly creating an explosive situation in Panama.

Jehan Sadat, the first Arab woman of note to become a public person, talks about her views and her life in politics.

Leah Rabin, Israel's first lady, speaks about her country and her role in it, and her relationship to her husband.

Mac Grier talks about the French settlement of St. Martinville Louisiana, and the Cajun culture that continues there to this day.

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