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Campaign `72/Florida Primary #222445

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Mar 09, 1972
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(Studio) Florida Presidential campaign warms up with candidates taking aim at Alabama Governor George Wallace. Senator Edmund Muskie urges former John Kennedy supporters to turn from Wallace. New York City Mayor John Lindsay chides Wallace for not talking about gun control and crime. Senator George McGovern attacks Wallace at campaign stop.
REPORTER: Charles Collingwood

(Tallahassee, Florida) Senator George McGovern, fresh from moral victory in New Hampshire, greeted by 1500 students at University of Florida. [MCGOVERN - says nary political myths died in New Hampshire primary.] [Before Florida legislators, MCGOVERN - discusses issues ignored by Wallace in his frenzied antibusing campaign.]
REPORTER: Michele Clark

Reporter(s):
Clark, Michele;
Collingwood, Charles
Duration:
00:03:10

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