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Campaign '92 / The Democrats / Brown vs. Clinton / Tsongas / Brown #140099

ABC Evening News for Monday, Mar 16, 1992
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(Studio: Ted Koppel) Positions of the Democratic candidates the day before the Michigan and Illinois primaries noted.

(Chicago: Chris Bury) Last night's debate between Governor Bill Clinton and Jerry Brown featured; scenes shown from the debate. [BROWN - accuses Clinton of funnelling money to his wife's law firm.] [CLINTON, BROWN - exchange jibes.] "Washington Post" story about Hillary Clinton's law firm doing business with state of Arkansas briefly summarized. [Today, Hillary CLINTON - denies profiting from state business.] [Today, BROWN - likens response to "the old Nixon technique" of attack and distort.] The issue of Clinton's character reiterated.

(Studio: Ted Koppel) Report introduced.

(Springfield, Illinois: Judy Muller) Campaigning by Paul Tsongas in the Midwest reviewed; Chicago campaign scenes shown. [TSONGAS - hopes to get his message through; says he is the candidate of hard economic choices.] Tsongas said vowing to go all the way to the convention. [TSONGAS - says the convention question will be who can beat President Bush.]

(Studio: Ted Koppel) Report introduced.

(Detroit: Linda Pattillo) Brown's courting of the blue-collar vote in the Rust Belt featured; campaign scenes shown. [Wearing his new union jacket, BROWN - calls for a change in government.] [In Ypsilanti, Michigan, restaurant, auto worker Al SCHUTCHFIELD; in Ann Arbor, Michigan, taxi driver Dorothy HURST - talk about the economy and Brown's appeal.]

Bury, Chris;
Koppel, Ted;
Muller, Judy;
Pattillo, Linda

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