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#17088: GEORGE MCGOVERN
1972-09-20, , min.
George McGovern

George McGovern         
#17091: NEWS,THE
1972-09-22, , min.
Richard Nixon, George McGovern

Nixon campaigns in Texas, McGovern in Michigan. Assassination attempt on Phillipine defense minister.          
#17093A: NEWS,THE
1972-09-25, , min.
Melvin Laird, George McGovern, Ferdinand Marcos

Melvin Laird calls George McGovern an agent of North Vietnam.   
Philippine President Marcos declares martial law in the Philippines.
#17096: NEWS,THE
1972-09-27, , min.
George McGovern, Henry Kissinger

Henry Kissinger extends talks with North Vietnamese negotiators into a second day. George McGovern returns to Washington.    
#17102: CBS EVENING NEWS WITH WALTER CRONKITE
1972-10-03, , min.
Walter Cronkite, George McGovern

Super war plane developed. Vietnam news. McGovern campaigns in New York and Massachusetts.       
#17108: ABC NEWS WITH HARRY REASONER AND HOWARD K. SMITH
1972-10-05, , min.
Howard K. Smith, Harry Reasoner, Richard Nixon, Gabe Pressman, George McGovern

Middle East plan. George McGovern campaigns in Ohio. Nixon news conference. 500,000 heroin addicts in US. Marijuana and cocaine being smuggled into US.  
#17109: CBS EVENING NEWS WITH WALTER CRONKITE
1972-10-05, CBS, 29 min.
Walter Cronkite, Charles Kuralt, Eric Sevareid, Richard Nixon, George McGovern, Gandy Dancers

McGovern delivers address on foreign policy. President Nixon's first news conference in five weeks. He pledges no tax increases. 
Editorial from Eric Sevareid on the Watergate burglary. Gandy Mfg Company of Chicago, Illinois, made tools for men who laid railroad tracks. The workers were called gandy dancers. 
"On The Road" with Charles Kuralt.   

With commercials.                           
#17112: ABC EVENING NEWS WITH HOWARD K. SMITH AND HARRY REASONER
1972-10-06, ABC, min.
Howard K. Smith, Harry Reasoner, Richard Nixon, Jesse Jackson, George McGovern, Lou Choppy, Jim Kincade, Bill Worden

Saigon about to be attacked. Train derailment in Mexico. (Rev. Jesse Jackson reports.) Youth vote (Report from Jim Kincade).
Syria (Report from Lou Choppy). The training of women drill Sargents (Bill Worden Reports). McGovern charges Nixon with demogogory. Commentary on the candidates.

With commercials.
                     
#17118: NEWS,THE
1972-10-09, , min.
George McGovern, Henry Kissinger

Kissinger again meets in Paris with North Vietnamese negotiators.
Surrogates campaign for McGovern.     
#17119: NEWS,THE
1972-10-10, , min.
George McGovern, Ferdinand Marcos

McGovern speaks on TV with his plan to end Vietnam war. Martial law continues in the Phillipines.         
#17120: GEORGE MCGOVERN POLITICAL TALK
1972-10-10, , min.
George McGovern

Senator George McGovern's address on his plan to end the Vietnam war.         
#17121: NEWS,THE
1972-10-10, , min.
Richard Nixon, George McGovern

George McGovern's political speech on ending the Vietnam war.
High Republican officials ordered bugging and sabotage campaign to ensure Nixon's reelection.     
#17122: NEWS,THE
1972-10-11, , min.
George Wallace, Spiro Agnew, George McGovern

McGovern campaigns in Illinois. Vice President Spiro Agnew visits Governor George Wallace in governor's mansion in Montgomery, Alabama. 
#17124: NEWS,THE
1972-10-13, , min.
Richard Nixon, George McGovern, Henry Kissinger

Henry Kissinger briefs President Nixon about Paris peace talks. McGovern campaigns in Seattle, Washington.     
#17125: GEORGE MCGOVERN TALK
1972-10-15, , min.
George McGovern

George McGovern speaks on TV.   
#17126: NEWS,THE
1972-10-16, , min.
Richard Nixon, George McGovern

President Nixon speaks to prisoner of war families. McGovern charges Nixon with running a ruthless campaign.     
#17128: NEWS,THE
1972-10-16, , min.
George McGovern

McGovern campaigns with wife of POW. Supreme Court votes not to 
consider constitutional challenge against Vietnam war. 
#17134: MCGOVERN
1972-10-20, , min.
George McGovern

McGovern speech.           
#17043: GEORGE MCGOVERN SPEAKS TO THE NATION.
1972-10-20, , 27 min.
George McGovern

Democratic presidential nominee George McGovern speaks to the nation.        
#17136: NEWS,THE
1972-10-23, , min.
Richard Nixon, George McGovern

Nixon campaigns in New York. McGovern says White House has promised to keep him informed on Vietnam developments.             
#17137: MCGOVERN
1972-10-23, , min.
George McGovern

George McGovern speech.         
#17140: MCGOVERN TALK
1972-10-25, , min.
George McGovern

George McGovern campaign speech.       
#17143: NEWS,THE
1972-10-26, , min.
George McGovern, Henry Kissinger

Henry Kissinger says peace is at hand in Vietnam. McGovern Hopes US is moving towards peace settlement.       
#17146: NEWS,THE
1972-10-26, , min.
George McGovern

McGovern reacts to developments in Vietnam. McGovern Hope's US is moving towards peace settlement.        
#17147: NEWS,THE
1972-10-27, , min.
George McGovern, Gordon Liddy

Gordon Liddy indicted in Watergate case. McGovern puzzled as to length of time it took for proposed peace settlement.        
#17152: NEWS,THE
1972-11-08, , min.
Richard Nixon, George McGovern

Nixon easily defeats McGovern in presidential election, winning by over 17 million votes, the largest absolute majority ever. McGovern says he will not run again but accepts defeat well.        
#17153: PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION:SPECIAL REPORT
1972-11-09, , min.
Richard Nixon, George McGovern

A special report on the sweeping presidential victory by Richard Nixon over George McGovern.          
#17159: NEWS,THE
1972-11-17, , min.
Sargent Shriver, George McGovern, Henry Kissinger

George McGovern and Sargent Shriver vacation in Virginia. 
Henry Kissinger goes to Paris to negotiate peace with North Vietnam.
#17189: NEWS,THE
1972-12-18, , min.
George McGovern, John Lavelle

House Armed Services Subcommittee exonerates General John Lavelle for making unauthorized strikes against North Vietnam. Committee says strikes were proper. McGovern denounces administration position on Vietnam.
#17761: "DEMOCRATIC TELETHON '74."
1974-06-30, CBS, min.
Hubert Humphrey, George McGovern

Democratic Telethon '74 will be broadcast on the CBS television network. It is scheduled to run from 7PM June 29th-Sunday, June 30th, at 4PM. It will feature an array of stars from the entertainment industry, as well as other celebrities and political figures. It is billed as the longest network special ever televised. It will include music, variety, drama, comedy sketches, and readings.                  
#9864: WHAT WILL WE SAY TO A HUNGRY WORLD TELETHON, THE
1975-08-27, WTEN, 300 min.
Dennis Weaver, Art Linkletter, Don Sutton, Tom Harmon, Ralph Waite, Corita Kent, Abigail Van Buren, James Irwin, Senator Ed Brooke, Senator Dick Clark, Senator Mark Hatfield, Senator George McGovern, Tom Bradley, Mrs. Ronald Reagan, Bill Bright, Ted Engstrom, Colleen Townsend Evans, Bob Pierce, Dr. Lester Brown

A five-hour local telethon to raise funds for world hunger. 
Dr. Lester Brown, president of Worldwatch Institute in Washington, D.C. and noted authority on the world food crisis, is among the respected scholars who share some informative and surprising facts about the causes and cures of world hunger.

A landmark television experience-a sweeping five-hour presentation that will show you how more than two billion of the world's people are living every day with the heartbreak and despair of constant hunger. 

Thirty filmed reports from three continents will take you beyond statistics and headlines to life-and-death experiences of real people living with the personal agony of hunger.

America's top entertainers will join with leaders of our government to share their concern.

Respected educators will dispel the myths about the causes and the cures for a hungry world.

Ordinary people from all over the USA will tell how they are helping to bring life and hope into the heartbreak and despair of a hungry, hurting world. They will share what it means to them and their families.

This is the only time this remarkable television program will ever be shown.                     
#5544: TOMORROW SHOW WITH TOM SNYDER, THE
1976-01-30, WNBC, 35 min.
Tom Snyder, John Lindsay, George McGovern

October 15, 1973-January 28, 1982. An hour-long talk show hosted by Tom Snyder. Network television's first entry into late-late-night programming on weeknights Monday thru Thursday, usually broadcasting on tape 1 AM to 2 AM. "Tomorrow" was expanded to 90 minutes on September 16, 1980.
#8006: DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION, THE 1976
1976-07-13, NBC, 425 min.
David Brinkley, John Chancellor, Tom Pettit, Edwin Newman, Hubert Humphrey, George McGovern, Douglas Kiker, Garrick Utley, Catherine Mackin, Alan Cranston, Dwayne Holman, Moon Landrieu, Kenneth Gibson, Wendell Ford, Martha Griffiths, Peter Rodino, Lindy Boggs

Live gavel to gavel NBC Television continuing live coverage of the 1976 Democratic National Convention from Madison Square Garden in New York City. 

The Democratic Party tackles an all-day agenda.

THE CREDENTIALS REPORT precedes the traditional floor debate during which challenges to the legitimacy of some delegated are raised and resolved.

THE RULES REPORT nominates a woman as permanent chairman, fulfilling a mandate from the 1972 convention. Republican Lindy Boggs of Louisiana wins unanimously. 

THE PLATFORM REPORT lists the Democratic position on national issues. 
Among the goals: a complete overhaul of the tax system; enactment of a national health-insurance plan; and a $5 billion cut in defense spending. 

                   
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