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Perspective (Pro-Greek Lobby) #38432

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 26, 1975
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(Studio) Report on pro-Greek lobby.
REPORTER: Ted Koppel

(DC) Pro-Greek lobby holds rally last Sunday on Capitol steps. Greeks pattern self after Jewish lobby. Leader is Eugene T. Rossides, lobbyist for American Hellenic Institution He cites use of American arms in Cyprus and lack of concern with regard to invasion at State Department Greek Orthodox Church sponsors letter campaign to Congress
REPORTER: Charles Gibson (WMAL-TV)

(DC) [Representative John BRADEMAS - says had legal and moral case to make.]
REPORTER: Jim Kincaid

(DC) Greek embassy hires J. Walter Thompson Agency for public relations and encourages Greek lobby. Turk-Greek dispute is major domestic issue.
REPORTER: Charles Gibson

Gibson, Charles;
Kincaid, Jim;
Koppel, Ted

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