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Missouri / Nuclear Freeze Conference #82414

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 04, 1983
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REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(Saint Louis, Missouri) Nuclear freeze conference here featured; films shown. [Randy FORSBERG - claims potential to affect 1984 election] Shift in movement's political strategy described. [Delegate Carolyn COTTOM - seeks pols. who listen to anti-freeze movement] [Alan CRANSTON - will freeze deployment and testing of US nuclear weapons in 1985 if he's elected.] Mvt.'s political strategy noted focusing on congress supporters of President Reagan. [National coordinator Randall KEHLER - hopes politicians heed warning.] Importance of grass roots organization to freeze campaign noted. [campaign. director William CURRY - seeks vols. and contributors to brg. movement]
REPORTER: Chris Bury

Bury, Chris;
Donaldson, Sam

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