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Moynihan / United Nations #238326

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Dec 25, 1975
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(Studio) United Nations Ambassador Dan. Patrick Moynihan emerged as controversial figure in UN.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(NYC) Ambassador's residence shown. Papier-mache butler stands in hallway. Moynihan's personality traits noted. November 10, 1975, film shown. [MOYNIHAN - says United States declares it won't acknowledge or abide by this infamous act (resolution equating Zionism and racism).] Moynihan's toughness comes naturally. His career highlights noted. After criticism, Moynihan decided to resign, but Ford reassured him of his support. Moynihan is his own man. [MOYNIHAN - says can live with fact that most of world isn't democrat and wishes United States no good. This General Assembly was disaster. West has been target of Arab cntrys., 3rd world and underdeveloped cntrys. Avoiding reality of the United Nations would be disaster. Critics may be right to accuse him of dramatics and flamboyancy.]
REPORTER: Richard C. Hottelet

Reporter(s):
Cronkite, Walter;
Hottelet, Richard C.
Duration:
00:04:40

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