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Campaign '88 / Bush vs. Dukakis Debate / North Carolina and Economy Conds. #118144

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 25, 1988
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.

(Winston-Salem, North Carolina: Rebecca Chase) State of North Carolina featured; details given, scenes shown of state's self-promotion. Org. of campaign to attract debate to Wake Forest Univ. detailed. [Student body president Mike SMITH - comments on impt. of debate.] [Governor Jim MARTIN - discusses state's optimism.] [David FITZGERALD - discusses economy] Problems faced by North Carolina's textile industry detailed. [Workers Belva HAYES, John ENOCH - talk about employment] [University of North Carolina professor Merle BLACK - says many people have not decided between Vice President George Bush and Governor Michael Dukakis.] [Voter Chris BOWMAN - says he doesn't have strong conviction in this election]

(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Coverage of debate announced.

Chase, Rebecca;
Donaldson, Sam

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