NBC Evening News for Monday, Feb 11, 1974
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(Studio) President names John Connally, Gerald Ford, Nelson Rockefeller and Ronald Reagan as top contenders for `76 presidential elections.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Dallas, Texas) Reagan visits Connally's state and vice versa. [CONNALLY - won't make commitment now.] [REAGAN - doesn't think anyone should decide till `75 to run for President] Reagan's and Connally's political background discussed. [REAGAN - discusses his conversion to Republican party] Connally and Reagan both conservative, but both face up to problems of President [REAGAN - believes President to serve out term; reasons given.]
REPORTER: Tom Pettit
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