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CBS Evening News for Sunday, Oct 10, 1982
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(Studio) NOW reported electing new president
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Indianapolis, IN) New NOW's new political direction due to failure of ERA to be ratified discussed. [NOW president Eleanor SMEAL - calls for partisan pols.] Org.'s PAC considered; television commercial shown. [SMEAL - wants to become major union.] NOW's support of some male Democrats over female Republican cands., such as race between Frank Lautenberg and Millicent Fenwick, discussed. [Delegate Joyce Bater RABINOFF - praises Fenwick.] Elec. of Judy Goldsmith as new NOW president noted. [GOLDSMITH - wants to increase number of feminist cands.]
REPORTER: Derrick Blakely

Reporter(s):
Blakely, Derrick;
Dean, Morton
Duration:
00:02:40

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