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Special Segment (Jimmy Carter: The Record) #510523

NBC Evening News for Thursday, May 22, 1980
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) Jimmy Carter's record as President examined [April 23, 1976 CARTER - promises reorg. of executive branch of government] No. of promises made by Carter during 1976 campaign noted. [Republican National Committee spokesperson Michael BAROODY - comments on number broken by President] [President assistant Stuart EIZENSTAT - responds.] Promises kept listed on screen. [July 11, 1976 CARTER - comments on feasible unemployment and inflation rates.] Promises not yet kept listed on screen, discussed. [April 10, 1976 CARTER - promises never to tell a lie.] Questions about Carter's candor examined. [REPORTER - asks if he will continue to favor cities and persons supporting his reelec.] [CARTER - says he's never favored such persons or cities.] Coincidence between awarding of federal funds and state primaries recalled; numerous personages and historical events incld. in report
REPORTER: John Palmer

Chancellor, John;
Palmer, John

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