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Henry Jackson #244710

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 08, 1976
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(Studio) Jackson meets Dan. Patrick Moynihan in NYC, as possible Vice President for Jackson. (Reporter first said "Wallace;" corrected self.) Jackson campaigns in Massachusetts.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Charlestown, Massachusetts) Film shown of Jackson campaigning. Jackson attacks defense spending cuts, detente with USSR , and busing for school integration. [JACKSON - greets factory worker.] Jackson gets endorsement of chairperson of Boston school committee , an opponent of busing. [JACKSON - opposes busing. Criticizes George Wallace.] Jackson seeks labor endorsement, as Massachusetts called bloc-voting state. [Massachusetts trades cncl., Al DIRIENZO - calls for vote re: Jackson support. Announces Jackson gets the endorsement.] Jackson rakes Ford administration in speech at Harvard law school. [JACKSON - likens econ. under Ford to going downhill on skis.] Jackson remark with regard to Henry Kissinger and trade bill with USSR recalled. [JACKSON - says United States lied in this instance.] Jackson's daughter's 13th birthday party in Boston a media event. Old North Church and "Old Ironsides" (USS Constitution) visited. Jackson strategy with regard to unemployment, detente, busing, with eye on George Wallace, noted.
REPORTER: Lesley Stahl

Reporter(s):
Schieffer, Bob;
Stahl, Lesley
Duration:
00:03:40

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