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Carter / Castro / Ada Meeting #258359

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 18, 1978
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(Studio) Fidel Castro's statement of support for President Carter's reelec., made on ABC's "Issues and Answers" program, reported; Cuban president's comments quoted. Recent US-Cuban differences over Africa mentioned. Carter's problems with Americans for Democrat Action stated.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(DC) ADA's list of Carter's broken promises and conclude that administration hasn't lived up to campaign commitments reported [ADA Vice President Joseph L. RAUH, Junior - says liberals have no problem with president like Roosevelt or one like Eisenhower, following the 1st and attacking the 2nd. But with middle-of-road Democrat, liberals are half in and half out.] [ADA Vice President Allard LOWENSTEIN - says if present situation changes because of movement on problems that upset people, then people will forget about discontent. Thinks no one will be written off yet.]
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

Dean, Morton;
Spencer, Susan

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