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(Studio) President Carter said making new effort to increase pressure on United States allies with regard to Iran crisis during speech today before meeting of newspaper eds.; President reported also commenting on Afghanistan, Moscow Olympics and president pols
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(DC) Carter's threat to Iran noted; most of speech said devoted to USSR invasion of Afghanistan. [CARTER - addresses group.] His promise to use legal action to prevent United States team from participating in Moscow Olympics reported [CARTER - responds to charge by Ron Reagan with regard to Afghanistan, Iran.] Reagan's response to Carter's attack quoted. Ed Kennedy, appearing before newspaper eds. as well, said attacking Carter's economic policy [KENNEDY - comments; mentions Warren Harding.]
REPORTER: Robert Pierpoint
(Studio) Common Mkt. reported demanding release of hostages in Iran; details given. Norway said recalling its ambassador to Iran; Japan's refusal to comply with Carter's request for sanctions against Iran noted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
- Pierpoint, Robert;
- Rather, Dan
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