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Jerry Brown Interview #53653

ABC Evening News for Friday, Apr 28, 1978
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(Los Angeles, California) Brown's race for President in 1976 recalled. Current race for reelection as California governor noted. Decline in Brown's popularity noted; blamed on Brown's 1980 president aspirations. Reporter interviews Brown. Answering questions, [BROWN - promises best intention now is to fill gov.'s office for 4 years; won't say he won't run for President; recalls Ronald Reagan; thinks he may again want to be President] Comparing Brown to President Carter, [BROWN - believes Carter tries too much at once.] Sacramento film shown. Brown's personal life described. Dating of celebrities noted. Regarding Brown's religion, [BROWN - tries to understand world; is basically Roman Catholic but has interest in other religions; meditates.] Brown's future contemplated.
REPORTER: Barbara Walters

Reporter(s):
Walters, Barbara
Duration:
00:04:00

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