NBC Evening News for Monday, May 24, 1976
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(Studio) Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) is federal owned and supplies electricity to parts of 7 states. In 1964, Senator Barry Goldwater created political furor by suggesting Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) be sold to private interests. Ronald Reagan said Friday he'd look at proposal to sell Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) but later backed off. He says he has no plans to sell TVA.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
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