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Mrs. Carter / Solzhenitsyn Speech Reaction / ERA #54373

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 20, 1978
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(Studio) Soviet author Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's recent remarks about Americans, during speech at Harvard, recalled. Mrs. Rosalynn Carter's reply to those remarks in speech to National Press Club in Washington, DC rtpd.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(DC) Mrs. Carter's comments and absence of any from President Carter on Solzhenitsyn statements noted. [Mrs. CARTER - recalls Solzhenitsyn's remarks; rejects them and doesn't feel "sense of evil" in US. Quotes Edmund Burke on triumph of evil. Other statements by Mrs. Carter on volunteer forces at work in sites across country and on ERA reported [MODERATOR - reads question about `enemies list' for ERA opponents.] [Mrs. CARTER - has list.]
REPORTER: Ann Compton

Compton, Ann;
Reasoner, Harry

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