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Campaign `72 / Demo. Cmtes. #464752

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jun 23, 1972
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(Studio) Democratic platform committee chooses 15 member group to draft platform.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) Harvard Prof. Richard Neustadt elected committee chairperson [Delegates speak for rights of youth, women, blacks, poor to be representative in committee ] REPORTER: Paul Duke

(Studio) Democrat rules committee considers representation of women.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) 10 of 13 delegations challenged on men to women ratio, resolve problem. WA, Arizona, and Florida, however, are still not in compliance. [Florida delegate Dewey SMITH - demands Florida delegation, fairly elected, be seated.]
REPORTER: Robert Endicott

Chancellor, John;
Endicott, Robert

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