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Campaign `80 / United States Foreign Policy: Israel #269524

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 23, 1980
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(Studio) Mideast said serious issue in New York primary
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Brooklyn, New York) 1/3 of Democrat votes in primary in New York said Jewish. Jewish voters said angered by United States vote on United Nations resolution with regard to West Bank. [Bess MYERSON - says Carter administration has betrayed its commitments to Israel.] Myerson said an unannounced candidate for Democratic nomination in United States Senate race. [Alexander SINGER - expresses disbelief that United States vote in United Nations was a mistake, names Robert Strauss, Sol Linowitz and Cyrus Vance.] [Len SCHONFELD - says he cannot vote for Kennedy.] Morality said problem in Kennedy campaign [Gertrude RAPPAPORT and Herman TRIEBWASSER - express opinions.] Poll of meeting at Jewish club shown. [Rabbi Joseph SINGER - suggests that New York Jewish vote may go Republican in general election.]
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Reporter(s):
Dean, Morton;
Morton, Bruce
Duration:
00:02:30

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