Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin (left) and American President Jimmy Carter embrace during an unscheduled meeting on a Manhattan sidewalk. There has been talk that Carter was snubbing Begin. The prime minister is in the United States to discuss American aid for Israeli facilities that will be left behind when Israel withdraws from the Sinai. Carter is in New York campaigning for Governor Hugh Carey (center).
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