CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 22, 1968
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(Studio) 2nd report on candidates and issues. Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey replied to questions on October 9; George Wallace October 16. Richard Nixon made available videotapes of his positions. What would you have federal government do to help cities solve their grave problems.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(No Location Given) [HUMPHREY - advocates grants or return of funds to states to help with problems. Cites problems. Investments increase productivity of people and community.] Film of September 20, 1968, paid political ad. [NIXON - says should have tax credits to train unemployed and train employed for higher jobs. Need credits for private inds. to move into ghetto area and start business Need loans to ghetto business so they can become owners and mgrs. too. This will help break down black-white wall.] [WALLACE - says some of states' poverty money can be used to train and retrain for useful occupations. Can ask inds. to tax incentives or persuasion in all areas. Let's spread people out, not just in cities. For giving money back to cities and states in block grants and let local govts. decide on usage.]
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