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Commentary (Candidates) #1533

ABC Evening News for Monday, Aug 05, 1968
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(Studio) Report on how voters here feel about candidates.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Miami Beach, Florida) Nixon now the "new new Nixon". Talks of Nixon changes every time he loses or wins an election. Nixon against urban rioting and federal aid school dinners. Reagan remains conservative. Favors staying in Vietnam; opposed to poverty; tells poor to shape up; against Marshall Plan. Rockefeller is oldest cheerleader His stands are for garbage collection and against appointed of successor for Robert F. Kennedy, unafraid to spend on ad. what Louisiana cost. Candidate to be picked from quick-change artist; performing artist, and well-heeled Hamlet.
REPORTER: Ralph Schoenstein

Reynolds, Frank;
Schoenstein, Ralph

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