NBC Evening News for Friday, Mar 02, 1973
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(Studio) Alabama Governor George Wallace says can win any Alabama office despite partial paralysis.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Montgomery, Alabama) Wallace still has periods extreme pain and depression, but claims still capable of running state. Alabama Lieutenant Governor Jere Beasley, who would like to run against Wallace, says Wallace able to continue in office. Others disagree. [Montgomery "Advertiser" publisher Harold MARTIN - says is in best interests Alabama for Wallace to step down.] [WALLACE - says is in good shape and improving constantly. Runs governor's office.] If Wallace runs in 1974 for governor can probably win.
REPORTER: Rebecca Bell
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