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Campaign `72 / Columbus, Ohio (Part 4) #22746

ABC Evening News for Friday, Sep 08, 1972
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(Studio) Labor views on campaign `72 in sample city featured.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Columbus, Ohio) Nixon withdraws support for Philadelphia Plan, establishing quotas for black construction workers. [Electrician IBEW, Bob FARRINGTON - supports black union members but opposes plan which would result in hiring of deadbeats.] Nixon wins points among construction workers. Columbus Labor Advisory Council leans toward Democratic ticket. [Steelworker Bill ANDERSON - thinks McGovern and Nixon are both good men, but neither can fulfill all campaign promises.] [UAW worker Jim SNYDER - thinks Meany's neutrality is undemocratic.] [Teamster Jim MINER - says union members will make own choices on candidate they will support.] Labor vote not controlled by anyone.
REPORTER: Jim Kincaid

Kincaid, Jim;
Smith, Howard K.

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