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Ford / Unemployment / Texas / Minuteman Missiles #488039

NBC Evening News for Monday, Apr 26, 1976
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(Studio) President Ford says Senator Hubert H. Humphrey-Representative Augustus Hawkins bill to reduce unemployment unnecessary.
REPORTER: Edwin Newman

(DC) Ford speaks to national convention of Chamber of Commerce. [FORD - criticizes Humphrey-Hawkins bill.] Ford says Congress cannot speed economy recovery with more federal spending. He opens 4-day Texas tour Tuesday night. Thinks gap between him and Ronald Reagan can be closed in Texas.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Studio) Ford asks Congress for $322 million to build more Minuteman missiles due to slow progress with Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT).
REPORTER: Edwin Newman

Brokaw, Tom;
Newman, Edwin

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