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Demo. Liberals In Massachusetts #487392

NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 01, 1976
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(Bostop, Massachusetts) Massachusetts, most liberal state in cntry., went against Richard Nixon in 1972 Called center of academic liberalism in US. Democrat liberals said now divided among Bayh, Harris, Shapp, Shriver and Udall. Some liberals move to Jimmy Carter; take pragmatic rather than ideological approach, lamenting 8 years of Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford. End of Vietnam war, and cooling off of race question plus absence of Edward Kennedy and Hubert Humphrey on primary ballot noted. Liberals said looking for place on today's political stage.
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