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International Women's Conference #240695

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 25, 1975
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(Studio) Delegates at international women's conference debating more than question of full equality. There's proposal to change global economics.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Mexico City, Mexico) Mexican President Echeverria 1st made proposal last Thursday and has since been echoed by number of dvting. nations; proposal is for redistribution of world wealth. [US delegate, Patricia HUTAR - wants women integrated fully in economy and social development] [Guyana delegate Shirley Field RIDLEY - says it's not possible to separate cry for women's equality from fact that dvting. cntrys. not economically or politically free.] Nongovernment conference putting pressure on delegates to United Nations women's conf. to keep aim of mtgs. on women and not politics.

Cronkite, Walter;
Dow, David

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