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Connally / Democrats / South Korea / Republican Image #252658

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 19, 1977
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(Studio) John Connally charges Democrats with cover-up in with regard to situation allegedly involving Congress and South Korea influence peddling. Connally, from NBC "Meet the Press" program, quoted. New Republican image sought.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(DC) 1976 elections recalled. [Representative Guy VANDER JAGT - notes plush, privileged image of Republican party] Republican campaign film shown. Films being tested in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Evansville, IN. [On film, Representative Robin L. BEARD - recommends American Legion booklet on higher education.] If project successful, Republicans to pursue it, anticipating 1978 congress elections. Herbert Hoover, Richard Nixon as Republicans noted.
REPORTER: Phil Jones

Dean, Morton;
Jones, Phil

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