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Campaign `72 / Muskie / Youth Vote / Part III #455638

NBC Evening News for Friday, Dec 03, 1971
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(Studio) Democrat President contender Senator Edmund Muskie seeks youth vote. Students are a minority of young voters.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Los Angeles, California) [Senator George McGOVERN - tells youth they have capacity to change cntry.]
REPORTER: Don Oliver

(San Jose, California) [Representative Paul McCLOSKEY - says wages youth registration.] Politicians courting youth vote visit college campuses, but most potential young voters are working.
REPORTER: Don Oliver

(Pittsburgh, California) Thinly spread orgs. seek to register young non-students. [Frontlash Penn KEMBLE - says ignoring young non-students hurts their self-image.]
REPORTER: Don Oliver

(San Diego, California) [Frontlash Steve BIERINGER - says few believe pols. affects daily lives.] Frontlash, organization to register young workers, funded by organized labor. Working youth tend to be more conservative.
REPORTER: Don Oliver

Chancellor, John;
Oliver, Don

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