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Muskie Campaign #408

ABC Evening News for Monday, Oct 07, 1968
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(Studio) Vice Presidential candidate, Senator Edmund Muskie, campaigns at University Syracuse. Heckling quiets down after University football players move in. Report on his growing appeal to youth.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(No Location Given) [MUSKIE - says plea is to get involved and change political structure.] Muskie has become pied piper of youth.
REPORTER: David Snell

(Washington, Pennsylvania) Heckling shown. [MUSKIE - suggests 1 of hecklers come up for 10 minute uninterrupted time.]
REPORTER: David Snell

(No Location Given) Student Rick Brody speaks [MUSKIE - asks if he's talked around any question. Will speak frankly about Chicago. Some candidates talk out of both sides at once.] Students listen to him. [MUSKIE - says no fear for United States future if students go where hearts, minds and convictions tell them to go.]
REPORTER: David Snell

NOTE: bar roles through picture from 14:20 to 21:40.

Reynolds, Frank;
Snell, David

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