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Campaign `80 / Brown Interview #261611

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 14, 1979
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(Studio) Interview introd.; President Carter, Senator Edward Kennedy mentioned. [1976, Jerry BROWN - campaigns.] Brown's position then on deficit spending, federal health insurance, nuclear power outlined; Prop. 13, Three Mile Island mentioned. Brown's stand on same issues today noted, compared with Carter and Kennedy. [BROWN - discusses fiscal issues.] His position on abortion, ERA, gay rights, busing for school integration listed on screen. [BROWN - comments on busing.] Brown, Carter, Kennedy compared on Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT) II. [BROWN - discusses Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT) II; mentions MX missile.] His stand on Cuba, energy, cited. [BROWN - says present approach to energy crisis is "joke"; discusses general energy problem.] Brown's proposed energy program, leadership outlined on screen. [BROWN - comments on leadership hypothesis.]
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Cronkite, Walter

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