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Campaign `72 / McGovern in Washington, DC; Crime #22624

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 28, 1972
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(Studio) Justice Department releases national crime statistics, which show only 1% rise in violent and property crimes in 1st 6 mos. of 1972. (11% increase for 1st 1/2 1971.) Attorney General Richard Kleindienst says crime will decrease
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(DC) Senator George McGovern announces growing support by 20 mayors, include those of New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Cincinnati, Detroit, and Newark. Pledges emergency relief to cities, urban programs for education, crime fighting and new jobs. [MCGOVERN - takes issue with reports of crime decrease] McGovern to rest, make television ads., then go to Baltimore, Atlantic City, and NYC.
REPORTER: Bill Matney

Matney, Bill;
Smith, Howard K.

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