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Campaign 1976 / Udall #41680

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 11, 1976
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(Studio) Report on presidential candidate, Representative Morris Udall.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Manchester, New Hampshire) [UDALL - tells group they won't ever make choice more important than this 1.] Udall needs early recognition and momentum to win. Shown campaigning. [UDALL - speaks of hard choice due to large number of candidates and of his approach to issues.] [Ex-Watergate prosecutor Archibald COX - intros. Udall.] Cox endorses Udall. [UDALL - speaks of twin horsemen of radical right: George Wallace and Ronald Reagan. They are dangerous.] Udall must prove he can out-poll other liberal candidates: Bayh, Harris and Shriver. Udall's political organization efficient. [UDALL - says winning primaries necessary to win election Udall will have campaigned 30 days in New Hampshire and 20 in Massachusetts.
REPORTER: Charles Gibson.]

Gibson.], Charles;
Reasoner, Harry

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