NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 17, 1976
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(Studio) Progress of Carter's fall campaign and pols.' and public's views noted; Harris poll survey with regard to view of Carter's good and bad points cited.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Indianapolis, IN) Opening statements of 3 speeches shown. [CARTER - says glad to be back in: Philadelphia and Pennsylvania and in Indiana and on campaign trail.] Various aspects of Carter's campaign, its strategy and his personality noted. [CARTER - talks about Harry Truman; Republican administration's econ. record.] Statement of neutrality by Catholic bishops and today's endorsement by NEA (National Education Association) seen by Carter forces as good signs. Some Democratic leaders worry that not enough interest being shown by people. Critics views noted.
REPORTER: Don Oliver