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Texas / Super Collider #318830

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 10, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Energy Department reported selecting Texas as site for superconducting super collider. Report introduced.

(DC: Terence Smith) Pol. issue behind selection of Waxahachie, Texas, as super collider site featured; details given, scenes shown from town. [Governor William CLEMENTS, TEXAN - praise decision.] Animation shown of how atom- smashing super collider works. [Energy Secretary John HERRINGTON - comments.] [Senator Phil GRAMM - says we are looking at the "fuzz on the outside of the peach."] Criticism of selection of Texas noted. [Colorado state senate Jim BRANDON, Arizona Senator Dennis DeCONCINI - criticize decision.] [Waxahachie resident Shannon SIMPSON - says town will change.]

Rather, Dan;
Smith, Terence

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