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Wallace Campaign #440580

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 09, 1968
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(Studio) George Wallace charges national polls rigged by E. establishment monied interests. Says Nelson Rockefeller, Richard Nixon and others working with pollsters. Tours North industry areas.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Stratford, Connecticut) Wallace appealing to working class. Speaks at Avco Lycoming plant. [WALLACE - says always had support of labor in Alabama.] He won plant poll 2-1 but little evidence of support. [WALLACE - says will take all Communists out of all United States defense plants.]
REPORTER: Charles Quinn

(Boston, Massachusetts) Wallace visits Naval Shipyd. [WALLACE - speaks of education policies.] Says he won poll there.
REPORTER: Charles Quinn

(Scranton, Pennsylvania) Hecklers present at speech. Wallace thanks them for giving him more support.
REPORTER: Charles Quinn

Brinkley, David;
Quinn, Charles

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