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Humphrey Campaign / Philadelphia #2037

ABC Evening News for Monday, Sep 09, 1968
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(Studio) Democratic Candidate Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey predicts to Philadelphia Pol. science students that United States will withdraw some Vietnam troops late in year or early in 1969, unless unusual developments occur.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) Humphrey rides in motorcade in ticker-tape parade. Rally and speech set for John F. Kennedy Plaza. 8 - 10,000 there. [HUMPHREY - says if elected President, will give life for peace of world and mankind. In 1968, will we accept conflict and hatred as inevitable or say American is 1 country and can work for all?] Humphrey's strategy is to speak to maj. Americans who want sweetness and reason and to hope Richard Nixon will ruin his own chances.
REPORTER: Lou Cioffi

(Studio) Vice President goes to Denver, Colorado and Los Angeles, California.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Reporter(s):
Cioffi, Lou;
Reynolds, Frank
Duration:
00:02:20

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