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Muskie Campaign / Pennsylvania #442074

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 25, 1968
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(Studio) Vice Presidential candidate, Senator Edmund Muskie, gets into discussion with anti-war protester.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

(Washington, Pennsylvania) 30 students from Washington and Jefferson College refuse to let him speak He makes deal with them to give them 10 minute time through spokesperson and for him to speak without interruption. Crowd heckles Rick Brody. [MUSKIE - says willing to listen to him because he wants to say what's on his mind.] [BRODY - says wants American to stand for what Const. stands for: that all are equal under law. We're here as Americans All talk of law and order; no 1 talks of justice. Don't vote for President] [MUSKIE - cites his youth as son of immigrant parents. Immaterial how you vote, but hands off policy doesn't get you anywhere.]
REPORTER: Charles Quinn

Reporter(s):
Huntley, Chet;
Quinn, Charles
Duration:
00:04:00

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