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South Carolina / Cong. Run-Off #210477

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 21, 1970
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(Studio) Representative John McMillan in Congress 30 years; Washington, DC committee leader; faces black man in run-off.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Florence, SC) McMillan dodges reporters; Dr. Claud Stephens discusses issues. [STEPHENS - reports race election factor, not issue.] Southern Christian Leadership Conference seeks more black voters. [Reverend Walter E. FAUNTROY - says McMillan has prevented Washington, DC from achieving self-government, opposed civil rights legislature] Southern Christian Leadership Conference support may bring out white voters as well as black. [Rev Hosea WILLIAMS - denounces McMillan.]
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

(DC) [McMILLAN - doesn't think Stephens wants outside help.]
REPORTER: Terry Hill

(Florence, SC) [STEPHENS - wants quiet, not loud support.]
REPORTER: Bruce Morton (WBTW-TV newsfilm)

Hill, Terry;
Morton, Bruce;
Mudd, Roger

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