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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) President Franklin D. Roosevelt's campaign '44 strategy recalled; President Abraham Lincoln mentioned. Report introduced.
(DC: Cokie Roberts) Issue of change in president election campaign strategies of Governor Michael Dukakis and Vice President George Bush reported; scenes shown. [DUKAKIS - offers change.] [Pol. analyst Kevin PHILLIPS - discusses voter and "change."] Responses to ABC News poll on question of whether or not American is headed on right track outlined on screen. [American Enterprise Institution William SCHNEIDER - discusses voter and "change."] [Voters Michael FAGAN, Aldolfo JIMENEZ, Patty BENEKE - comment.] [On August 18, BUSH - says he wants gentler nation] [On October 16, DUKAKIS - campaigns. on economy] [PHILLIPS - discusses what voters want.] [SCHNEIDER - says no president as popular as President Reagan has seen his party lose next election] [REAGAN - says "we are the change."] Possibility that voters will elect Republican president and Democratic Congress noted.
- Donaldson, Sam;
- Roberts, Cokie
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