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AFTERMATH OF WAR: The Home Front : Other Hostages

The SISTER OF HOSTAGE TERRY ANDERSON said she is elated by the prospect of America’s prisoners of war coming home--and hopes her brother will be with them. “It would just simply be unthinkable to have gone through all of this in the Middle East and be unable to get (the Western hostages in Lebanon) out. They’re going to do it this time. I’m sure of it,” said Peggy Say. Anderson, an Associated Press correspondent, has been held captive since March, 16, 1985. Added Say on a TV appearance: “My plea now to the Administration is: ‘Do not leave the Gulf until you wrap your arms around every single POW. . . . And while you’re at it, you just grab my brother and the rest of them, too.”


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