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Person of The Week (Hart) #109602

ABC Evening News for Friday, May 08, 1987
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Gary Hart profiled; scenes shown. "Miami Herald"'s role reviewed. [HART - defs. actions.] [Recently, HART - believes adultery is wrong; declines to answer question on his behavior.] [1984, Walter MONDALE - debates Hart.] Hart's background, born Gary Hartpence, and related controversies reviewed. [Former Democrat chairperson John WHITE - notes Hart himself became the issue.] Impact of John F. Kennedy and George McGovern on Hart recalled. [HART - notes strains on being in public life.] ["New York Times" reporter A.M. ROSENTHAL - believes "Miami Herald" handled legitimate story badly.] ["Christian Science Monitor" spokesperson John HUGHES - explains his perception of media's role in cand.'s life.] [Democratic national chairperson Paul KIRK - cites reality of running for president] [McGOVERN - comments.] [Americans for Democrat Action spokesperson Ann LEWIS - fears long-range implications for United States political system.] [HART - comments.] Hart's preparation for campaign and his comment following 1984 loss noted.

Reporter(s):
Jennings, Peter
Duration:
00:04:50

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