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Carters / Human Rights Agreement / Latin American #48934

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 01, 1977
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(Studio) President Carter signs Organization of American States human rights agreement; was drafted in Costa Rica in 1969, but only 12 Latin American ntns. have signed so far. [Video difficulty.] Is called American Convention on Human Rights and Carter's signing is on same day Rosalynn Carter visits Costa Rica; she later flies to Ecuador.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Studio) President Carter's actions with regard to better relations with Cuba get support from speaker Tip O'Neill and opposition from Senator Robert Dole. Analysis follows.
REPORTER: Barbara Walters

(DC) Analysis of prospect for better relations with Cuba, problems involved and Castro's dilemma with regard to trade with United States versus curbing own foreign involvement due to American disapproval.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Studio) Most Cubans in United States live in Miami, Florida, area; they make up "2nd Cuba."
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Miami, Florida) Report on Almacen el Espanol, service whose aim is to get permission for older Cubans to visit relations in US.
REPORTER: Charles Murphy

Murphy, Charles;
Reasoner, Harry;
Reynolds, Frank;
Walters, Barbara

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