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Reagan Campaign / Economy #280738

CBS Evening News for Friday, Oct 29, 1982
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(NYC) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(New Mexico) President Reagan s campaign efforts today in Utah on behalf of Senator Orrin Hatch noted include barb about Joint Econ. Committee's prediction of worsening unemployment; films shown. [REAGAN - notes leading economy indicators for September] Apparent efforts of Texas Governor and Virginia Senator candidate to avoid public link with Reagan during campaign described; President's campaign stop for Senator Harrison Schmitt in New Mexico noted. [REAGAN - claims unemployment is priority of administration] Possible Republican losses in House due to economy discussed.
REPORTER: Bill Plante

(Studio) Democrat Study Group, research organization of House Democrats, reported attacking President's economy policies in regards to unemployment; details outlined on screen. Response of Republican congress campaign committee quoted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

Plante, Bill;
Rather, Dan

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