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America Close Up (Guns, Politics and The NRA) #587385

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jun 05, 1992
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(Studio: Margaret Larson) Preview of "The Brokaw Report: America the Violent" introduced.

(Salt Lake City, UT: Tom Brokaw) The role of the National Rifle Assn. in American politics featured; scenes shown. [National Rifle Assn. Wayne LaPIERRE - addresses crowd about voter apathy.] [At a gun club, MAN, California state senator H.L. "Bill" RICHARDSON, MAN, National Rifle Assn. member Dan HOWARD; gun maker Bill RUGER, Representative Vic FAZIO - talk about politics and the gun control issue.] NRA's opposition to Richardson against Fazio's election bid noted. [LaPIERRE - comments on the NRA's base.] Issue of whether voter will go for guns or more gun control in this age of violence reiterated.

(Studio: Margaret Larson) NRA's targeting of tonight's "The Brokaw Report" outlined.

Brokaw, Tom;
Larson, Margaret

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