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Carter / Foreign Policy #246567

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 23, 1976
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(Studio) Jimmy Carter speaks in New York to For. Policy Association
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(NYC) [CARTER - says secretive, Lone Ranger and 1-man foreign policy evolved from Nixon-Ford admins. United States must stop playing lonely game of power pols. Notes South Africa situation. United States and allies could promote basic global standards for human rights.] Carter urges United States partnership with West Europe and Japan. [CARTER - says believes it'll be possible to withdraw United States troops from South Korea on phased basis. South Korea's internal repression is repugnant to Americans] Carter urges industry ntns. to provide more economic aid for poorer cntrys. Calls for incrd. US-USSR cooperation but not at US expense and for mutual reduction of forces in central Europe and modernized NATO. [CARTER - says US's adversaries respect strength, constancy and candor.] Carter's speech reflected high moral tone.

Mudd, Roger;
Rabel, Ed

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