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Campaign 1976 / Wallace / Massachusetts #238285

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 23, 1975
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(Studio) George Wallace to enter Massachusetts president primary 1st.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Boston, Massachusetts) Frank Sullivan, 22, is New England coordinator for George Wallace's campaign. [SULLIVAN - tells how he got job.] Sullivan never worked in national campaign before. [SULLIVAN - says because of forced busing and higher crime rate in Boston, Wallace doesn't seem so extreme.] September `75 film shows busing violence. Cnclman. Albert "Dapper" O'Neill orgs. 11th congress district for Wallace. [O'NEILL - describes people of certain areas in city.]
REPORTER: David Dick

(Newton, Massachusetts) This affluent liberal community represented by Father Robert Drinan in Congress Sullivan winning Wallace converts here. Wallace film shown to people in homes.
REPORTER: David Dick

Reporter(s):
Cronkite, Walter;
Dick, David
Duration:
00:04:30

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