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Economy Summit / Carter Presidential Campaign / Ada #264607

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 24, 1979
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(Studio) Arrival of President Carter in Tokyo, Japan noted. American for Democrat Action endorsement of candidate other than Jimmy Carter stated.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(DC) [International Association of Machinists William WINPISINGER - says we're not abandoning Carter, he deserted us.] [President assistant Stuart EIZENSTAT - says President Carter needs and deserves ADA support.] [Draft Kennedy movement Fortney (Pete) STARK - asks for ADA support to draft Ted Kennedy.] [ADA mbr. Sandy MAISEL - says President Carter has failed us.] [Joseph RAUH - says doesn't want two Republicans running.] [Puerto Rico member Juan GARCIA - says Ted Kennedy not running for president] ADA vote said not major setback for Carter.
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Dean, Morton;
Morton, Bruce

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