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Crime / Humphrey / Nixon / Wallace #441880

NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 13, 1968
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(Studio) In Cleveland, Ohio, Nixon says broader war on poverty no substitute for war on crime. Report on candidates with regard to crime.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

(No Locations Given) [NIXON - says if people have no hope, they'll explode.] [WALLACE - says must have order to solve problems.] [HUMPHREY - says haters and those who try to divide us don't speak to heart of American] [NIXON - says American dream is nightmare for millions.] [HUMPHREY - says will talk to great moderate silent major Most don't believe in repression, racism, revolution or riot. They want equal treatment for all.] [NIXON - must light lamp of hope for millions.] [WALLACE - says President must support police and firemen and ask Congress to change court decisions that handcuff police.] [NIXON - says if cities rebuilt and job training occurs, must enlist private enterprise.] [HUMPHREY - says facing moment of truth. Can be 1 nation under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all.]
REPORTER: No reporter given

Huntley, Chet

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