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Campaign 1976 / Abortion Issue #247945

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 14, 1976
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(Studio) Anti-abortionists have gotten views before voters; now other side being heard.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(NYC) Campaign of National Conf. of Bishops against abortion criticized from within church today, by president of Org. of Priests' Cncls., Reverend James Ratigan. [RATIGAN - says board of organization feels candidates shouldn't be judged on 1 single issue like abortion.] President of NOW has demanded meeting with candidates to counter effect of bishops. [Karen DeCROW - says abortion issue has been settled and has no place in campaign. Says candidates should concentrate on things next President will have control over.]
REPORTER: Morton Dean (WTVJ newsfilm)

Cronkite, Walter;
Dean, Morton

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