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California Senate Race / American Politics #442081

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 25, 1968
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(Studio) Republican Max Rafferty and Democrat Alan Cranston run for California Senate seat held by Thomas Kuchel, who lost primary to Rafferty.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

(California) Cranston is liberal. [CRANSTON - says doesn't believe California population feels we can have law and order without justice. Doesn't feel they want injustice met with more soldiers in sts. Doesn't feel they want to divide people.] Neighborhood of white collar and factory workers shown. Life even and quiet here. Pol. tastes are conservative. Rafferty is conservative. [RAFFERTY - says Republicans didn't start KKK, Jim Crow, segregated schools and big city political machines. American needs change. Can't get it with votes for Humphrey and other Democrats] Rafferty has money and support. California started to right years ago; now rest of country goes that way.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

Reporter(s):
Brinkley, David;
Huntley, Chet
Duration:
00:05:50

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