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Campaign 1968 / Humphrey / New York City #1785

ABC Evening News for Monday, Sep 02, 1968
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(Studio) Vice President Hubert Humphrey leads parade up 5th Avenue
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(NYC) Humphrey walks 25 blocks in NYC's 1st Labor Day parade in 5 years Walks beside AFL-CIO President, George Meany, and with 100,000 union members Heavy security prevails. Some booing and signs denounce Humphrey. 40 bands and various ethnic groups provide entertainment. Vice President watches from reviewing stand. Governor Nelson Rockefeller and Mayor John Lindsay's absence noted. Chinese fortune cookies read; "Wise man knows vote for Humphrey is vote for better life."
REPORTER: Don Goddard

Goddard, Don;
Reynolds, Frank

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