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 U.S. CUTS BACK CUBAN SUGAR QUOTA
At the White House, President Eisenhower announces that he will cut Cuba's assigned share of the American sugar market by 95 percent, in response to the continued hostility of the Castro regime against U.S. policy. The cuts will benefit other Caribbean nations that produce sugar.

Date: July 7, 1960 - BLACK/WHITE
Source: Video: BetaSP
Length: 00:00:45:00, With Audio

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 UN DEBATES US-SOVIET ESPIONAGE ACTIVITIES - 1
In New York, the United Nations Security Council meets to discuss U.S.-Soviet air space and espionage policies after the U2 incident. The Soviets accuse the United States of aggressive acts that threaten world peace. Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko relates that the US encroaches on the air space of other nations. Henry Cabot Lodge defends President Eisenhowers Open Sky plan.

Date: May 23, 1960 - BLACK/WHITE
Source: Video: BetaSP
Length: 00:01:20:00, With Audio

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 RETROSPECTIVE: EVENTS OF 1935 - 2
A retrospective of important events in 1935: President Roosevelt speaks to a joint session of Congress about why he vetoed the Patman Bonus Bill, but his veto is overridden led by his opponents in Congress, including Huey Long. In Madison Square Garden, thousands attend a rally held by FDR critic Father Coughlin. The Supreme Court voids the National Recovery Act as unconstitutional.

Date: 1935 - BLACK/WHITE
Source: Video: BetaSP
Length: 00:01:03:00, With Audio

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