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Watergate / Mailliard #472682

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 02, 1973
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(Studio) Congmen. home for Congress recess faced with Watergate problem.
REPORTER: Floyd Kalber

(Marin Cnty., California) Representative Mailliard works during recess to understand people's feelings in district with regard to DC, himself and Watergate. [Representative William MAILLIARD - says all pols. hurt by Watergate.] Republican pols. to be affected more by Watergate in next election. Econ. conditions uppermost in citizens' minds now. [MAILLIARD - reacts to impounding funds.] At another meeting Mailliard discusses high prices, insufficient federal hsing. [MAILLIARD - insists Washington, DC government paralyzed over Watergate.] During radio interview topic turns to Watergate again. [MAILLIARD - says people disillusioned by Watergate, all American affected.]
REPORTER: Catherine Mackin

Kalber, Floyd;
Mackin, Catherine

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