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Williamsburg Summit #530714

NBC Evening News for Sunday, May 29, 1983
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(Studio) Efforts of leaders attending Williamsburg economy summit to exploit media coverage examined. [Deputy press secretary Larry SPEAKES - notes each leader's public relations push with constituents.] Amintore Fanfani, Yasuhiro Nakasone and Margaret Thatcher noted all facing elecs. soon; British coverage of summit shown. [Labor party spokesperson Michael FOOT - criticizes Thatcher's economy record as compared to other summit participants.] No. foreign journalists present here mentioned. [French journalist Claude MOISY - doesn't believe American press dominates any longer.] Secret Service reported dropping 14 key lime pies last night; details given.
REPORTER: Chris Wallace

Wallace, Chris

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