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Interviews with Wayne Morse campaign staff [Sound Recording 01]
- 1968 (Creation)
Reel tape; 00:27:39
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Phillip George worked on the 1968 re-election campaign for U.S. Senator Wayne Morse.
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Tape 1, Side 1. These audio recordings consist of interviews with staffers of Wayne Morse's 1968 re-election campaign for the U.S. Senate. The interviews were conducted by an unidentified woman. The interviewees include Ron Abell, Helen Johnson, and Phillip George. In these interviews, the staffers discuss Morse's accomplishments and the reasons why they believe he should be re-elected, including his senior position in the Senate, his stance on war and social issues, and his political acumen. They talk about Morse's plans to pursue legislation on health care, jobs, and poverty. The recordings also include variations of political ads for Wayne Morse's 1968 re-election campaign, produced by Oregon legislator Ted Hallock's advertising and public relations company.
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