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Campaign `80 / Anderson / Grain Embargo #66943

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 09, 1980
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(Studio) John Anderson reported meeting with Israeli opposition leaders Shimon Peres and Abba Eban during his visit there; films shown.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(Studio) President Carter's grain embargo against USSR said developing into major campaign issue with Republican platform plank calling for embargo's end; Agriculture Secretary Bob Bergland's denouncement of Ronald Reagan's stand against it quoted.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Texas-OK Panhandle) Status of this year's grain crop and probable lack of impact of grain embargo on USSR examined. [Coy HOLT - says everything politicians do is against the farmer.] [Stan SEAGLER, Eddie HOMEN - comment on embargo.]
REPORTER: Charles Murphy

Jennings, Peter;
Murphy, Charles;
Reynolds, Frank

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