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Speech / Silent Majority / Illinois / California #3217

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 04, 1969
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(Studio) President hopes "great silent majority" won't be silent anymore. Typical "silent majority" shown at Kiwanis Club meeting
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Park Ridge, Illinois) Mbrs. say pledge of allegiance. [MBR. - appreciates his use of term "silent majority."] [2nd MBR. - says easy to be against war.] [3rd MBR. - says never written to President before last night.] Group sings "God Bless American"
REPORTER: Howard Tuckner

(Studio) Many Americans still patriotic.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(San Diego, California) Navy's Fleet Reserve Association mobilizes "Tell It to Hanoi" campaign. 73,000 members hope to blunt upcoming moratorium. [Association President W. C. ROWELL - says Association supports President without hesitation. Love American or leave it.] Majority breaks its moratorium on silence.
REPORTER: John Davenport

Davenport, John;
Reynolds, Frank;
Tuckner, Howard

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