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Presidential candidate McGovern greeted 200 supporters in Duluth. He was surrounded by media and participated in staged events for the press. McGovern talked about grain speculators making a killing at the expense of American famers and taxpayers; this money should have gone to the farmers.
Humphrey talks about cuts in allocations, that Minnesota did not a two percent cut in allocation in March, and that he's working hard with government officials including Mr. Simon not to lose allocations in future months.
HHH (Hubert Humphrey) at DFL feminist caucus, on the ERA amendment, and need to educate those who are needed for its ratification. Humphrey says he was for this amendment when he first came to Congress in the 1950's because it made sense.
Non-candidate Hubert Humphrey intros friend Fred Harris. Harris: Office of president can move the country. Tells joke. Says privilege is a Bicentennial issue, quotes Jefferson. We have miseducated a generation that unemployment is good for us. No person should be out of work.
John Merli talks with Senator Hubert Humphrey 6 days before his announcement not to actively seek the 1976 Democratic Presidential nomination about his personal retreat at Lake Waverly, and about his unique "non-running" position in campaign 1976.
Special rebroadcast of highlights from the Voices of Minnesota series. Stephen Smith interviews historian Sara Evans, a founder of the womens' studies movement in America, at her home. Catherine Winter interviews retired justice Rosalie Wahl, the first woman on the Minnesota Supreme Court.
Hour 2 of Midmorning, Voices of Minnesota with Bill Holm, Paul Wellstone in Jerusalem for Rabin funeral, Neal Hitchens and Julie Barnes Weaver of Voices That Care, people who love people with AIDS, at Theater in the Round.