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Campaign `72/Democrats #19755

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 16, 1972
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(Studio) Democrat president hopefuls resume campaigns in aftermath of Florida primary. 2nd and 3rd place winners after George Wallace, Senators Hubert Humphrey and Henry Jackson, begin Wisconsin campaign. 4th place Senator Edmund Muskie picks up IN endorsement.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Indianapolis, IN) On way to campaign in Illinois, Muskie stops in IN for blessing of Senator Birch Bayh. [MUSKIE - says he must beat Nixon and Wallace for President] (Fort Wayne, IN) [MUSKIE - challenges audience to join his battle for victory.] (East Chicago, IN) [MUSKIE - makes Wallace an issue and denounces other candidates for willingness to coexist with him.]
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Reynolds, Frank;
Smith, Howard K.

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