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CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 30, 1978
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(Studio) Internal conflict in Republican party, between factions, noted. Shrinking of party reported Republican get-together featured.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Easton, MD) Retreat at Easton, MD, filmed, reported Robert Packwood said credited for meeting [PACKWOOD - leads seminar.] Issues include affirmative action, racial quotas. Malcolm Wallop, Millicent Fenwick noted. [WALLOP - expresses views.] [FENWICK - expresses views.] Re: tax cuts [Jacob JAVITS - is in agreement.] [Jack KEMP - concurs with Javits.] Tax incentives, criticizing Carter administration on energy and defense noted. Absence of Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan reported [Howard BAKER - calls for vote.] Mtg. termed success.
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Dean, Morton;
Morton, Bruce

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