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Larouche #309633

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 09, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(DC: Lem Tucker) Lyndon LaRouche's press conference featured. [LaROUCHE - claims nation has forgotten majority support him.] Recent success of his followers in Illinois's Democrat gubernatorial primary, on same ticket as Adlai Stevenson, recalled. LaRouche's background, include evolution from Trotskyism to right-wing cult leader, reviewed. [LaROUCHE - accuses drug lobby and USSR of sponsoring attacks in media on him.] His allegations that Henry Kissinger is gay and that Queen Elizabeth heads international drug ring recalled. [LaROUCHE - claims criticism of him as being neo-Nazi anti-Semite originates with drug lobby.] [AFL-CIO spokesperson Tom KAHN - thinks LaRouche is after power, not promoting particular ideology.]

Rather, Dan;
Tucker, Lem

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