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Transition / Foreign Policy #63206

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 23, 1980
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(Studio) Report with regard to effects of transition on foreign policy introduced
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(DC) President Carter's stance on human rts. in Latin American recalled. President-elect Ronald Reagan's position questioned. [Ap. 1977 CARTER - speaks in favor of human rts.] [November 6, 1980 REAGAN - questions Carter's foreign policy emphasis on human rts.] [Latin American foreign expert Richard FEINBERG, Inter-American Committee on Human Rts. Thomas FARER, 1980 Nobel Peace Prize winner Adolfo PEREZ ESQUIVEL and Nicaraquan foreign minister Father Miguel D'ESCOTO - comment with regard to human rts. policy in Latin American] Argentina and Anastasio Somoza mentioned.
REPORTER: Jim Wooten

Donaldson, Sam;
Wooten, Jim

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