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Union Support #356

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 31, 1968
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(Studio) George Wallace has support from rank and file union in North and Midwest. Report on current Wallace support.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(No Location Given) Union leadership for Vice President Humphrey. Labor vote usually Democrat [UAW Executive Doug. FRASER - says Wallace strength not correctly assessed.] [Union Edward John TECZA - says 50% of plant were for Wallace, but now they know he was a big farce. Change came from education and spking. with people.] [Union MBR. says person should have right to open business without someone burning it down and stealing it all.] [2nd MBR. - says what they did in Detroit last year was shame, especially police and firemen being hurt.] [3rd MBR. - says no use for those who spit on flag.] Literature extolling Humphrey given out. [FRASER - reports say turnabout discernible; they support Wallace but will vote for Humphrey.] Ldrship. wish they had more time.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

Jennings, Peter;
Reynolds, Frank

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