Special show: Forecast 1965
Forecast 1965 cuts. America's position in the space race (Tom Bryson). The Office of Economical Opportunity launches the War on Poverty. Glenn W. Ferguson, director of VISTA, the domestic Peace Crops, comments. (Pete Clapper). Economic outlook for 1965. Gardner Ackley, chairman of the president's Council of Economic Advisers, comments (Pete Clapper). Presidential disability and vice-presidential vacancies. Senator Birch Baye, principle architect of the 25th amendment dealing with this issue, comments (Pete Clapper). Senator Bayh talks about effort to make killing a president or vice-president a federal crime (Pete Clapper). Senator Bayh (D-IN) discusses Indiana's prospects for federal assistance in 1965 (Pete Clapper). The Democrats 2-1 majority in Congress doesn't guarantee easy passage of President Johnson's "Great Society" plans (Ann M. Corrick). President Johnson's ambitions for his first full term in office, including Medicare (Sid Davis). Two stores about quitting smoking quoting Dr. Daniel Horn, US Public Health Service (Jim Snyder). Last few minutes seem to pick up sound from the other side of the original tape.
Westinghouse Broadcasting Company. Group W
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