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Campaign `72/N.H.-Muskie vs. McGovern Tape #221909

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 08, 1972
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(Studio) First President primary to be held in one month in New Hampshire.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Manchester, New Hampshire) Senator George McGovern uses radio commercial in New Hampshire primary campaign, with voice of late Senator Robert Kennedy recorded in 1968. [McGovern Campaign coordinator, Tony PODESTA - says tape intentionally deceives public, many people thinking voice is Senator Edward Kennedy's.] [Muskie campaign coordinator, Joseph GRANDMAISON - says no one claims voices mistaken but Muskie people.] [People interviewed mistake voice.]
REPORTER: Richard O'Brien

Cronkite, Walter;
O'Brien, Richard

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