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Bush / Religious Fundamentalists #62979

ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 10, 1980
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(Studio) Coalition of right-wing and evangelical groups during recent presidential campaign and fundamentalists' warning to vice president-elect. George Bush recalled.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(DC) [BUSH - comments on fundamentalists.] Opposition to Bush by religious right-wing noted. [Committee for Survival of a Free Congress spokesperson Paul WEYRICH - warns Bush.] Religious right-wing said developing new hit-list for Congress in 1982, include Senators Edward Kennedy, Quentin Burdick, John Melcher, Don. Riegle, Paul Sarbanes, Robert Stafford, John Chafee, Lowell Weicker and Howard Metzenbaum. General situation summarized.
REPORTER: Jim Wooten

Robinson, Max;
Wooten, Jim

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