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Campaign `72 / Nixon / Agnew #466363

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 24, 1972
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(Studio) President Nixon does not attack George McGovern directly; leaves that to Agnew. Agnew does so in Kentucky.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley

(Louisville, Kentucky) Kentucky visit said for votes, money. At former Governor Louis Nunn dinner Agnew succeeds. $200,000 raised for Nunn Senate campaign. Agnew criticizes McGovern as isolationist, especially defense spending cut's effect on national security, local economy [AGNEW - notes effect on Kentucky of military cut. Econ. prosperity predicted.] Agnew calls McGovern reckless, inconsistent. Reporter interprets Republican campaign against crowd and music background. Agnew heads for Texas, Illinois, and deep South.

Maus, Mike;
Utley, Garrick

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