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4 Congressmen / Constituents' Priorities #230634

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 04, 1973
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(Studio) CBS visits 4 freshmen Congmen. back home with constituents to determine Watergate impact and priorities.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(DC) [IN Congman. William HUDNUT - speaks with constituents re; Watergate. People most concerned with local issue, forced busing. Econ. concerns people.] [Connecticut Representative Ronald SARASIN states constituents most concerned with econ., not Watergate.] [Nebraska Representatives David TOWELL - says his people worried about inflation and gas shortage.] [Asked if Watergate has hurt Republican party, TOWELL - believes Watergate effects felt by all pols.] [LA Congman. David TREEN - says local issues uppermost in constituents' minds. Watergate rarely mentioned.] Voters not concerned with Watergate as number 1 issue. Econ. more important now.
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Cronkite, Walter;
Morton, Bruce

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