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The Candidates and The Issues (Udall) #238343

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 26, 1975
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(Studio) Report on Democratic presidential candidate, Morris Udall.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(No location given) Udall, 53, is Mormon and resembles Abraham Lincoln. Not well known and is often mistaken for his brother, Stewart, who served in JFK and LBJ admins. James Garfield only man to ever make it from House to pres. Udall is liberal but not doctrinaire. [UDALL - says getting people back to work, program for cities, and national health insurance would be 1st 3 priorities.] Re: economy Udall for public service jobs, tax reform, and breaking up monopolies. He believes in energy conservation. [UDALL - says conservation should be ntnwide. Can have more jobs and clean up environment too.] Udall for defense budget cuts. [UDALL - says United States needs new relaxed foreign policy.] Says it's up to localities to fight crime. [UDALL - cites his admiration of Will Rogers; tells anecdotes.]
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Cronkite, Walter

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