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Campaign '88 / Drug Issue #115127

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 20, 1988
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Results of New York primary exit polls on drug issue noted; response of likely president cands. Vice President George Bush and Governor Michael Dukakis to questions about war on drugs featured. [BUSH - says he won't over-promise the American people.] Bush's role as President Reagan's point man on drug issue noted. [BUSH - discusses penalties for drug dealers.] [DUKAKIS - talks about drug education in schools; discusses how to handle ntns. that drugs come from.] Role of United States military in war on drugs examined. [Jesse JACKSON - speaks about his drug program if he became president] Tenets of Jackson's plan outlined on screen. [JACKSON - says "down with drugs, up with hope."]

Jennings, Peter

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