[Interview with George Wallace]
Original Airdate: 1/27/1976
Item Type: newstape - original footage
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Description : Abstract
Steve Nevas interviews George Wallace about his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination. Nevas asks Wallace if he expects to do well with anti-busing voters in Massachusetts. Wallace comments on his chances in the Massachusetts primary, his relationship with the Democratic Party establishment and his role at the Democratic convention. Wallace says that he has never campaigned much in Massachusetts; that he is happy to have the opportunity to present his ideas to the Massachusetts voters. Wallace denounces the "expansion" of the federal government, and calls busing a social experiment. Wallace gives his opinions on the political positions of Ralph Nader (consumer advocate) and Ronald Reagan (Governor of California). He talks about his previous campaigns for the presidential nomination.
Contributor : Reporter
Subject : Keywords
Busing for school integration - General
Busing for school integration - Protest
Electioneering (Political campaigns)
Subject : Personal Names
Subject : Corporate Names (Organization names)
Democratic National Party
Type : Genre
News - Unedited
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