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Nixon-Agnew / Nevada / Texas #442033

NBC Evening News for Monday, Sep 23, 1968
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(Studio) Richard Nixon begins 10 state campaign tour. In Hawaii, Congman. criticizes Vice Presidential candidate, Spiro Agnew for saying "Jap".
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

(Las Vegas, NV) Group sings song about Agnew. [AGNEW - says clarified mistake over Humphrey remark. It won't hurt campaign. All of us make mistakes.] Some say he sounds like old Nixon. [AGNEW - says Humphrey making proposals for more federal spending programs. Nation can't afford Humphrey's schemes. Humphrey not comfortable playing Lone Ranger after playing Tonto for so long.]
REPORTER: Charles Quinn

(Fort Worth, Texas) Agnew to continue using words "law and order".
REPORTER: Charles Quinn

Huntley, Chet;
Quinn, Charles

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