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Person of The Week (Max Kampelman) #106885

ABC Evening News for Friday, Dec 11, 1987
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) United States arms negotiator Max Kampelman featured. [KAMPELMAN - says negotiator must be patient.] His role in dealings to eliminate medium-range nuclear weapons between US-USSR discussed. [KAMPELMAN - talks of national security ints. and negotiating.] 1985 meeting between Kampelman and Viktor Karpov shown. [KAMPELMAN - explains Soviet theory of negotiating.] [Center for Strategic and International Studies spokesperson Andrew GOLDBERG - commends Kampelman.] Kampelman's career outlined; photos shown. [KAMPELMAN - discusses participation in human starvation and stress test.] [Senator Dan QUAYLE - traces Kampelman's roots to Hubert Humphrey.] Kampelman's relations with Humphrey, President Jimmy Carter and with Sovs. detailed. [KAMPELMAN - explains reasons for not trusting USSR ; discusses career.] Kampelman's family mentioned.

Reporter(s):
Jennings, Peter
Duration:
00:04:30

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