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Campaign `80 / Citizens' Party #269890

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 13, 1980
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(Studio) Report with regard to Citizens' Party convention introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Cleveland, Ohio) Conv of 300 delegates in Cleveland, Ohio, reported [Co-founder of party Don ROSE - says 3rd party is necessary.] No. of votes needed by party to get $ millions in federal funds cited. Vice Presidential candidate said Comanche Indian Ladonna Harris, wife of former Senator Fred Harris. President cand. said expected to be environmentalist Barry Commoner. [COMMONER - addresses conv., and derides all President cands.] [Party co-chairperson Jeff FAUX - comments on party] [Co-chairperson Denise CARTY-BENNIA - addresses conv.]
REPORTER: Don Webster

Dean, Morton;
Webster, Don

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