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Astrology in US #562136

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, May 10, 1988
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles, California: Keith Morrison) [Democrat Patrick CADDELL - says presidental campaign boring until Reagans admitted to using astrology.] [Astrologer Maxine TAYLOR - says increase interest in astrology wonderful.] [Astrologer Irene HUGHES - says receiving more calls.] Local television station reported finding third of viewers believe in astrology. [HUGHES - says astrologer Sydney Omarr worked for armed forces in World War II.] [OMARR - says Franklin D. Roosevelt relied on astrology.] [San Francisco, California, ASTROLOGER - tells Nancy Williams when to make career change.] [Broker Ray MERRIMAN - says astrology works.] [Astrologer Neil MICKELSON - comments on work.] [MIT Dr. Eugene MALLOVE - discredits astrology.] [TAYLOR - predicts Republican will win campaign 88.] [HUGHES - says Democrat will win.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Morrison, Keith

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