ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 25, 1968
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(Studio) Vice Presidential candidate, Senator Edmund Muskie, faced with heckling from students from Washington and Jefferson college.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds
(Washington, Pennsylvania) Students shout "stop the war". [MUSKIE - asks students to select 1 to present their view for 10 minutes and then he could speak uninterrupted. Intros. student.] [Rick BRODY - says we came here as Americans Everyone speaks of law and order but not justice. Says he is anti-election.] [MUSKIE - says all three candidates not carbon copies, so look them over and make choice. Best way to get system moving.]
REPORTER: David Snell
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