Zuckerman Named Special Advisor to Carter-mondale Campaign
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Zuckerman Named Special Advisor to Carter-mondale Campaign

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Paul Zuckerman, an internationally prominent Jewish community leader, has been named as special adviser to the Carter-Mondale campaign. The announcement was made by Hamilton Jordan, national campaign director. Zuckerman, 64, has been active in Jewish affairs on the local, national and international level for more than 25 years. He is a former president of the United Jewish Charities of Detroit and a vice-president of the American ORT Federation. Under President Johnson, he served as a member of the U.S. Food for Peace Committee.

In making the announcement, Jordan said: “Paul Zuckerman will bring to the Carter-Mondale campaign not only the energy and determination of a dynamic business and community leader but also the dedication to a better America that has animated his call, a public life.” In a press statement, Zuckerman hailed Jimmy Carter’s call for a national energy policy and his warning against any oil embargo.

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