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Carter / Harriman / Financial Disclosure Laws #486398

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 29, 1976
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(Studio) After Thanksgiving break, Jimmy Carter again meets with people advising him on workings and staff of new administration; 1 of these is West Averell Harriman, who's talking to Carter with regard to foreign affairs.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Plains, Georgia) This is 3rd visit Harriman has had with Carter; other 2 were before and after Harriman's trips to USSR . [HARRIMAN - says he doesn't think USSR will try to test Carter as new president Says Brezhnev is very direct and has told Harriman what he wants to achieve; says Brezhnev different personality from Khrushchev.] Press secretary Jody Powell comments with regard to Harriman-Carter discussion and also with regard to financial disclosures by Carter's appointees. [POWELL - says measures with regard to financial disclosures were discussed in meeting and would be stricter than those used in past.] Next mtgs. will be on reorg. of federal government and economy; both to be attended by Vice President-elect Walter Mondale.
REPORTER: Kenley Jones

Brinkley, David;
Jones, Kenley

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