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Campaign Promises / Peace Corps #62624

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 12, 1980
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(Studio) Good old days of pols. said often longed for. Report introduced
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(No location given) Audio of John Kennedy's address to students at University of Michigan played. [Early Peace Corps vol. Judy GUSKIN - speaks of appealing speech.] Kennedy's promise of Peace Corps contrasted with campaign promises of this year television commercials of current and past Peace Corps contrasted. [1964 tape Sargent SHRIVER - talks about Peace Corps.] Peace Corps vol. Deborah Loff said taken hostage by guerrillas in San Salvador last year [1st Director Peace Corps Evaluations Charles PETERS - explains why Peace Corps image has tarnished, mentioning Vietnam.] Inaugural address of Kennedy shown.
REPORTER: Susan King

Donaldson, Sam;
King, Susan

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