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newspapers eye Carter win PRESS called a united use oil as a cope with pro-Israel viewed as a puzzling unknown to predict leadership Ahram pre- administration support. It counter this economic and tactics to use tor in his defeat because it "caused doubts he would follow a course in international relations which the rank and file of Americans wanted." But a Chinese Communist new- paper in Hong Kong, Wen Wei Po, said Carter's victory was a protest against detente because the policy encouraged Soviet military expansion. It said Americans '"are afraid the Soviet Union could become the world's most powerful military country and the United States could be relegated to second place." Other foreign newspaper comment: Singapore Straits Times - "The policies of Mr. Carter and Mr. Ford are remarkably similar, but one basic difference is that (Secretary of State open eyes and a critical mood Carter's expressed views for change." Awenlre of Milan, Italy, a leading Roman Catholic daily — "Carter's victory is the defeat of a party — the Republican — which has given America America the presents of the Watergate scandal, scandal, political espionage, the persecution persecution against those who battle against the Vietnam war and American commitments commitments in Asia." South China Morning Post, Hong Kong, conservative — "Mr, Carter has proven himself an Innovator. He is young with, hopefully, fresh ideas." Nhan Dan, Vietnamese government newspaper — "Taking into consideration consideration the many difficult and unsolvable Nairobi, Kenya, Daily Nation, East Africa's largest newspaper — "Carter must not mistake his victory over lame-duck and highly vulnerable president president as a mandate for drastic change. He would be wise to temper his victory with caution." British Financial Times, the voice of London's financial community — "The world had become so accustomed to living not so much with President Ford as with Dr. Henry Kissinger that it is not going to be easly immediately to adjust. He was a man to whom people people turned." London Daily Express, conservative conservative — "Britons and America's other allies will find in Jimmy Carter one of

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  1. The Bakersfield Californian,
  2. 04 Nov 1976, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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