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Campaign `72/Labor and Democrats #19307

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 15, 1972
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(Studio) Senator Hubert Humphrey criticizes President Nixon's position against school busing, calling it vague, designed to delay issue until after election. Humphrey says he also opposes busing as it does not improve education.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Miami Beach, Florida) AFL-CIO leaders meet in Miami Beach with 3 Democrat President hopefuls. Former Teamster's President Jimmy Hoffa arrives unexpectedly. [AFL-CIO President George MEANY - introduces Senator Humphrey.] Senator Vance Hartke arrived as Humphrey left. [HUMPHREY - says he may win labor endorsement.] [MEANY - says he will not endorse anyone prior to Convention] Senator Edmund Muskie also met with Meany. Labor wants to defeat Nixon and is holding out for a winner to back.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Reasoner, Harry;
Reynolds, Frank

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