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NBC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 10, 1968
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(Studio) President Lyndon Johnson to make radio speech for Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey tonight. It's paid for by International Ladies Garment Workers Union. Pts. of taped speech shown.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(DC) [JOHNSON - says few Americans will be fooled by George Wallace's pose as the apostle of order. Don't think many will believe order can be achieved through empty rhetoric and appeals to emotion. People know difference between Richard Nixon and Humphrey. They know Nixon is 1 who killed aid to education while he was Vice President; know he said Medicare would do more harm than good and know he speaks for Republican party that always opposes vital legislature He's against nuclear nonproliferation treaty. Speaks of Vice President Humphrey's qualities. Looks forward to when he's President]
REPORTER: No reporter given

Brinkley, David

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