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Campaign `80 / Kissinger / Reagan #272108

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 07, 1980
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(Studio) Henry Kissinger reported canceling appearance before Republican platform committee ; Kissinger said scheduled to address full convention next week
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(DC) [Ronald REAGAN - campaigns.] Criticism of Reagan's foreign policy noted. [REAGAN - says United States is 2nd to USSR .] Reagan's foreign policy adviser, Richard V. Allen, recalled working for Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger; details given, photos shown. Likelihood of Allen replacing Zbigniew Brzezinski if Reagan's election noted. [ALLEN - comments.] Allen's international campaigning. for Reagan outlined; absence of Kissinger's name from Reagan campaign, despite urging by Gerald Ford to include him, cited. [ALLEN - comments on USSR , detente.] [REAGAN - comments on Carter's defense moves.] [ALLEN - comments on arms race.] [REAGAN - criticizes Carter foreign policy.] [ALLEN - comments.] Reagan and advisers said prepared for criticism of his lack of for. policy experience; details given. [ALLEN - comments.) Reagan's campaign goal with regard to foreign policy outlined.
REPORTER: Bill Plante

Cronkite, Walter;
Plante, Bill

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