October 4, 1990 – Coup Number 7.
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The newly reunited Germany held its first Parliamentary session since the days before Hitler in 1933. Arms reduction talks were underway between the West and the Soviet Union with a treaty signing expected within the month.
On Capitol Hill, protests over the Bush Budget Plan (Bush Sr.) were sending strong messages to Congress, particularly during an off-year election coming up. President Bush postponed a two-day campaign swing in order to stay in Washington and twist arms.
All this, and a lot more for this October 4th in 1990, as reported on The CBS World News Roundup.
- The Situation In Kuwait – August 10, 1990 (pastdaily.com)
~ by gordonskene on October 4, 2012.
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