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Perspective (Campaigning) #43449

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 22, 1976
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(Studio) Report on political promises.
REPORTER: Ted Koppel

(Ely, NV) Pols. make promises they can't keep. California Governor Edmund Brown Junior shown campaigning. 600 copper miners lost jobs here because world copper price down. Kennecott Copper Corporation to close smelter down and lay off 800 more if compromise can't be reached with government over pollution control equipment. Brown promises to help in general terms.
REPORTER: John Martin

(Aboard plane) [BROWN - speaks of what he can and cannot do with regard to copper mine jobs.]
REPORTER: John Martin

(McGill, NV) [Kennecott Copper Corporation Bob ALAKIRE - says many political candidates not familiar with situation.] Brown didn't visit smelter.
REPORTER: John Martin

Koppel, Ted;
Martin, John

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