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ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 15, 1968
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(Studio) In Woodbridge, New Jersey, Vice Presidential candidate, Governor Spiro Agnew, says there must be guidelines drawn to limit civil disobedience. In NYC, Senator Edmund Muskie, calls for peaceful revolt of moderates.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Woodbridge, New Jersey) [AGNEW - says United States built on responsible dissent, on right to disagree without fear, on right of free press, on right of demonstrators who adhere to law. This doesn't include civil disobedience and violence. Hubert Humphrey not man for President when he says he could start riot under similar circumstances, referring to city riot.]
REPORTER: No reporter given

(NYC) [MUSKIE - says how much done to meet demands of black citizens? Can choose to turn away in fear and hostility from their quest for equality. Can't expect peace if we do.]
REPORTER: No reporter given

Reynolds, Frank

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