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Senate Confirmation Hearings / Rockefeller #236362

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Sep 26, 1974
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(Studio) Senator confirmation hearings for Vice President designate Nelson Rockefeller concentrate on Rockefeller's policies as New York governor
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(DC) [National adviser, United States Coalition of Life, Prof. Charles RICE - says Rockefeller incarnate symbol of anti-life movement.] [National Right to Life Committee Edward GOLDEN - states Rockefeller turned his back on child in womb.] [New York Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights Honorable Constance COOK - thinks Rockefeller should be praised for setting up abortion laws.] Attica prison uprising heavily criticized. [Ms. Angela DAVIS - believes Rockefeller's views of justice depend on race and economy status.] [Attica defendant Frank SMITH - charges Rockefeller responsible for indiscriminate shootings at Attica.] Day's testimony unlikely to have effect on Senate vote.
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Morton, Bruce;
Mudd, Roger

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