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Campaign `80 / Reagan / Anderson #67351

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 05, 1980
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(Studio) Like John Anderson and Edward Kennedy yesterday, Ronald Reagan reported going after black vote via Urban League convention and tour of south Bronx.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(NYC) Reagan's appearance before Urban League examined. [REAGAN - campaigns.] Crux of Reagan's address outlined on screen; his tour of south Bronx noted include reference to President Carter's promise to rebuild area several years ago. Shouting match between Reagan and crowd detailed, film shown. [REAGAN - addresses crowd.] Reagan's later apology reported.
REPORTER: Joe Benton

(Studio) John Anderson's appearance before National Govs.' Association conference in Denver reported

(Denver, Colorado) Egg-throwing protest by member of Communist Workers party aimed at Anderson and his wife shown; aide to Governor Jerry Brown said among those helping to subdue attacker. [Brown aide Gray DAVIS - recalls situation.] Eggthrower said identified as Jose Calderon; his accusation that North Carolina Governor James B. Hunt was responsible for murders of Communist Workers party mbrs by Ku Klux Klan noted. [ANDERSON - comments on event.] Rationale for Secret Service allowing Calderon into area, despite fact that he was on their list of potential troublemakers, explained.
REPORTER: Bill Greenwood

(Studio) Later egg-throwing attack on Anderson by 2 members of Communist Workers party reported, shown.
REPORTER: Max Robinson (KBTV film/tape)

Benton, Joe;
Greenwood, Bill;
Robinson, Max

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