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Campaign '96 / Republican Convention / The Image Makers / Women #168099

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 13, 1996
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(San Diego: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Convention platform: Jim Wooten) The image makers at the Republican National Convention examined. [Last night, Nancy REAGAN, black Republican former Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Colin POWELL - address the convention.] [Kemp adviser Robert WOODSON - comments on Republicans and minorities.]

(San Diego: Peter Jennings, Michel McQueen) The age and gender gap for presidential candidate Bob Dole and thus the appeal of keynote speaker Representative Susan Molinari discussed.

(San Diego: Peter Jennings, Jim Wooten) The likelihood that the Republicans will go after President Clinton on the character issue discussed.

Jennings, Peter;
McQueen, Michel;
Wooten, Jim

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