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Campaign 1976 / Carter / Train Trip / Playboy Interview #248045

CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 20, 1976
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(Studio) Carter shifts emphasis from tax reform to train ride.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Harrisburg, Pennsylvania) Train trip is Carter attempt to revive memories of past with presidents like Roosevelt, Truman and Kennedy; trip began in NYC, goes through New Jersey and Pennsylvania. (Scenes of Carter with crowd in Newark, New Jersey.) Details of trip noted. Carter speeches in Newark and Trenton, New Jersey, as in other places, have same themes. [CARTER - talks about Truman, Roosevelt, Johnson and Kennedy.] In Overbrook, Pennsylvania, speaks of Republican side. [CARTER - says Coolidge, Harding, Hoover and Nixon typical of attitude of GOP.] Reporter notes efforts of Democratic National Committee to get local pols. publicity in own campaigns through this trip and importance of local pols. to Carter.
REPORTER: Ed Bradley

(Studio) Text of "Playboy" magazine interview with Carter noted; Carter's comments on Lyndon B. Johnson and Richard Nixon, on sexual morality and on Christ's teachings noted.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Bradley, Ed;
Cronkite, Walter

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