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Mideast Peace / Carter-Begin Meetings #262920

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 04, 1979
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(Studio) Review of President Carter and Prime Min. Menahem Begin mtgs. with regard to Mideast peace given.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(DC) Details of mtgs. given. [Senator Jacob JAVITS - says peace still within reach.] Carter reported in touch with Egyptian President Anwar Sadat concerning talks.
REPORTER: Lee Thornton

(DC) Special session of Israeli cabinet said called to consider President Carter's suggestions for peace plans. [BEGIN - comments on working toward peace.]
REPORTER: Bob Simon (Film courtesy of ABC "Issues and Answers")

(Studio) Rptd. that President Sadat has received note with regard to talks from President Carter. Commentary on peace talks introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Studio) Comment on the effect of Iran's revolution, of Islamic fundamentalism, of the PLO, and of Marxist groups on peace talks.
REPORTER: Rod MacLeish

Reporter(s):
Dean, Morton;
MacLeish, Rod;
Simon, Bob;
Thornton, Lee
Duration:
00:05:30

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