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McGovern Aides Fired / Campaigning / Carter / Brown / Church #246214

CBS Evening News for Monday, May 31, 1976
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(Studio) Senator George McGovern fires 2 staff aides, Alan Baron and Jack Quinn, for taking part in "stop Jimmy Carter" movement. McGovern, Udall supporter himself, gives reasons for firings. McGovern recalls similar movement that stopped his presidential efforts in `72; states Carter involved in that movement. Carter reacts.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Ohio) Carter campaigning fiercely in Ohio; hopes to win contest from Frank Church, Morris Udall. [CARTER - praises McGovern's actions.]

(Providence, Rhode Island) Earlier, Carter visited Rhode Island in last minute effort to win primary; challenged by Church and Governor Edward G. Brown.

(W. Warwick, Rhode Island) Governor Brown running hard in Rhode Island to keep name and face in ntl. media. Hard to tell how well Brown will do.
REPORTER: Richard Wagner

(Princeton, Rhode Island) Rhode Island win would keep Church's winning streak alive. Memorial Day appearances by Church reviewed. Topics of discussions outlined.
REPORTER: Eric Engberg

Cronkite, Walter;
Engberg, Eric;
Rabel, Ed;
Wagner, Richard

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