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(Studio) Carter campaigns in Midwest and conts. talking about President's statement in Wednesday's debate that Poland not dominated by USSR .
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer
(South Bend, IN) Carter met at Notre Dame University by University president Fr. Theodore Hesburgh, who is former member of Civil Rights Commission Carter speaks to University Center for Civil Rights with regard to world human rights. [CARTER - says United States shouldn't expect all govts. to be same as ours, but shouldn't look away when government tortures or jails people for beliefs, denies them right to emigrate or worship, or denies minorities fair treatment.] Carter echoes John Kennedy theme calling for volunteerism to help bring era of change in world's view of US. [CARTER - says president can't just call for it but must create atmosphere where Americans will want to help others and help country in process; new federal bureaucracy not needed for this, but use structure of existing agencies and private orgs. Says must also tap resources of Americans who want to help make country better.]
REPORTER: Ed Bradley
- Bradley, Ed;
- Schieffer, Bob
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