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(Port-au-Prince: Dan Rather) The results of a CBS News/"New York Times" poll with regard to former President Jimmy Carter's popularity following his involvement in meetings with Haitian military leaders reported.
(Atlanta: Richard Threlkeld) Carter's activities since he left the presidency featured. [Former Carter aide Hodding CARTER - says Carter's strengths appear more important now.] United States hostages held in Iran during Carter's presidency recalled. [Former hostage Morehead KENNEDY - recalls and analyzes the hostages' captivity and Carter's response to it.] [Jimmy CARTER - expresses his disagreement with US Haiti policy.] [CBS News consultant Joe KLEIN - says concern exists with regard to Carter's strength and wisdom.] [Carter biographer Doug BRINKLEY - notes Carter's image as an honest broker.] [KENNEDY - believes Carter is determined to change the perception of him as a failed president.]
- Rather, Dan;
- Threlkeld, Richard
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