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Mayors Meeting / Tax Revolt #54321

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jun 19, 1978
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(Studio) Taxes said topic at mayors convention in Atlanta, Georgia. Edward Kennedy noted as speaker
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Atlanta, Georgia) Kennedy speech reported [KENNEDY - outlines solution to problem.] Mayors reactions reported [Syracuse, New York, Mayor Lee ALEXANDER - says expense cuts have already been made.] [Gary, IN, Mayor Richard HATCHER - notes serious racial, class implications; predicts period of ultra conservatism.] [Baltimore, Maryland, Mayor William SCHAEFER - says a Prop. 13 would hurt Baltimore's public services.] Vice President Walter Mondale speech tomorrow anticipated. Elderly, poor, and black said concerns of Mondale and Kennedy.
REPORTER: Catherine Mackin

Mackin, Catherine;
Reasoner, Harry

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