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Vice Presidential Choice / Bush / Rockefeller / Long #478328

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 18, 1974
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(Studio) White House says Vice President list down to 2 or 3 names. "Newswk." says reported irregularities in George Bush's Senate race in 1970 causes him to slip as contender. Nelson Rockefeller still considered. Cleared of charges he financed plans to disrupt 1972 Democratic Convention Philadelphia attorney, Hamilton Long, 75, made charges.
REPORTER: Floyd Kalber

(No location given) [LONG - says made charges to see if documents can be found. Rockefeller has done unsound things. White House charge of extremist group being behind charges untrue. Govt. workers shouldn't strike against government]
REPORTER: John Cochran

Cochran, John;
Kalber, Floyd

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