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Decision 82 / Nuclear Issue #520638

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Oct 09, 1982
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(Studio) National call for nuclear arms freeze between United States and USSR noted.
REPORTER: John Hart

(DC) Freeze movement's impact on fall election examined; controversial 1964 TV commercial shown. [Pol. consultant Tony SCHWARTZ - denies issue is political] Exploitation of public's fear of nuclear war by pols. discussed; commercials shown. [Entrepreneur Philip M. STERN - notes purpose of ads.] [SCHWARTZ - notes role of computers in public's fear.] Hiroshima recalled.
REPORTER: Ken Bode

Reporter(s):
Bode, Ken;
Hart, John
Duration:
00:02:30

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