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Campaign `72 / American Pty's. Schmitz #22660

ABC Evening News for Monday, Sep 04, 1972
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(Studio) Alabama Governor George Wallace arrives at South govs. conference on Hilton Head, Is, SC. Former political science teacher John Schmitz replaces Wallace on American party ticket this year
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Minneapolis, Minnesota) Wallace people and Republicans disenchanted with Nixon over his trips to China and Russia, greet Schmitz. John Birch Society well represented. [SCHMITZ - says battle between Democrats and Republicans is between overt and covert radicals.]
REPORTER: Charles Murphy

(New Orleans, Louisiana) [SCHMITZ - cites Ford truck factory in Russia which supplies vehicles used by North Vietnam. Says Nixon is guilty of treason for aiding and abetting enemy.]

Murphy, Charles;
Smith, Howard K.

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