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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.
(Atlanta, Georgia: Jim Wooten) Activities by Jesse Jackson and Governor Michael Dukakis on eve of Democratic Convention featured; details given of efforts to reach accommodation between Jackson and Dukakis, scenes shown. [Dukakis campaign manager Susan ESTRICH - says Jackson will play strong role in fall campaign] [Jackson advisor John WHITE - says there are too many cooks in the kitchen.] [Jimmy CARTER - warns Jackson against doing anything damaging to party] [Jackson campaign advisor Bert LANCE - says party should give Jackson respect.] Scenes shown of Dukakis' day.
(No location given: Mike von Fremd) Rally for Jackson as his caravan heads for Atlanta reported; scenes shown from rally speeches and business [JACKSON - campaigns.; discusses his role in campaign; denies asking for campaign plane; talks about his and Dukakis' abilities.]
(Studio: Carole Simpson) Criticism of Dukakis by President Reagan during his radio address noted.
- von Fremd, Mike;
- Simpson, Carole;
- Wooten, Jim
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