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Presidential Campaign `72 / McGovern #12859

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 13, 1971
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(Studio) Senator Harold E. Hughes is out of Presidential race. Senator George S. McGovern works hard.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Minneapolis, Minnesota) McGovern tours college campuses with great success. [McGOVERN - says would end war now if President]
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Dade Cnty. College, Florida) [McGOVERN - says War would end if I were President]
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(WI University, Milwaukee, WI) [McGOVERN - says time to end war.]
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Nebraska University, Nebraska) [McGOVERN - attributes inflation to war.]
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Minneapolis, Minnesota) [McGOVERN - says Senator Hubert H. Humphrey or Eugene J. McCarthy haven't made decision with regard to 1972.]
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(LaCrosse, WI) Different stops in McGovern's campaign shown. He greets crowd; feels generation gap in pols. not there anymore.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Reasoner, Harry;
Reynolds, Frank

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