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Post Office Reform #7183

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 02, 1969
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(Studio) President Nixon calls post office Department obsolete and broken down.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(San Clemente, California) President Nixon calls for post office reform. post office to be put under Govt. Corporation without much Congress control. Mbrs. bi-partisan Citizens' Committee for reform incls.: Democratic leader Larry O'Brien and Republican leader Thruston Morton, who met with President Nixon, and post office General Winston Blount. [President NIXON - says post office reform needs new approach. Happy to have bi-partisan support.] Congress likely to be hesitant about reform.
REPORTER: Tom Jarriel

Jarriel, Tom;
Reynolds, Frank

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