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Jesse Jackson / Push #246436

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 15, 1976
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(Studio) Reverend Jesse Jackson takes new old-approach in advice to blacks, through his program PUSH (People United to Save Humanity.)
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Chicago, Illinois) [JACKSON - lectures group with regard to behavior.] Jackson laments decline of authority and discipline in inner-city schools. Jackson's remedy detailed. [JACKSON - urges students to study; parents to require it; and that there be a general improvement in behavior.] Youth is Jackson's target. [Young MAN - believes Jackson is right.] [Young WOMAN - agrees with Jackson.] [Grown WOMAN - thinks Jackson should be heard.] [Young MAN -

Mudd, Roger

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