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Demo. Mayors / Urban Plan #480603

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 30, 1975
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(Studio) 1000 Democrat mayors meet; draft urban policy statement. They accuse Ford and ex-pres. Richard Nixon of waging undeclared war on cities of American
REPORTER: Tom Snyder

(Miami, Florida) Urban policy calls for huge cuts in defense spending and massive tax reform. [Milwaukee Mayor Henry MAIER - asks that our money that goes to Washington, DC be returned to forgotten need.] Mayors call for federal government to finance welfare, urban development plan, national health insurance and place ban on sale, possession and use of handguns. Mayors hope their statement will be adopted as urban plank at Democratic Convention
REPORTER: Fred Francis

Francis, Fred;
Snyder, Tom

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