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Shake-Up / Reaction / Connecticut / Illinois / Georgia / California #35102

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 04, 1975
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(Studio) Report on community reactions to President' shake-up.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Danbury, Connecticut) Local election is of major concern here. Most thought President cabinet changes were his prerogative and too early to tell if changes will help or hurt Ford.
REPORTER: Lem Tucker

(Pecatonica, Illinois) Town in Republican farm country Most concerned with cattle prices. [MAN - says Rockefeller being out will hurt Ford more than other changes.] [2nd MAN - calls move political] [3rd MAN - says Ford going for votes.]
REPORTER: Ron Miller

(Atlanta, Georgia) Shoppers who watch Ford's news conference had mixed opinions. Various reactions of Democrat area cited.
REPORTER: David Snell

(Encino, South California) Most white middle class lives here. Barbara Scott says no faith in pols. anymore. Frank Baronson says anything Ford does won't help President 2nd woman thought shake-up was political ploy. Many thought Ford had right to pick own cabinet but major dissatisfied with Ford's actions.
REPORTER: Dick Shoemaker

Reporter(s):
Miller, Ron;
Reasoner, Harry;
Shoemaker, Dick;
Snell, David;
Tucker, Lem
Duration:
00:04:00

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