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Carter / Atlanta and Tampa Visit #265956

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Aug 30, 1979
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REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Tampa, Florida) President Carter reported coming to Atlanta prepared to comment on repercussions of Andrew Young affair; his statements noted concerning PLO, black-Jewish relations, and political problems posed for him by situation. Carter noted welcomed at airport by Martin Luther King, Junior's widow, father and 2 sons. Films shown. President rptd denying report that US intelligence agencies had bugged Young's New York apt. Carter quoted at Emory Univ. speech. [CARTER - comments on black-Jewish relations ] His attendance at Georgia Tech symposium on energy policy and later trip to Tampa, Florida, for town meeting on energy reported [WOMAN - questions Carter about Iranian oil sale.] [CARTER - responds.] Open letter to Carter in "Tampa Tribune" quoted.
REPORTER: Lesley Stahl

Mudd, Roger;
Stahl, Lesley

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