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Conservative Convention #288633

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 19, 1983
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(Studio) Conservative convention reported supporting President Reagan's re-elec. bid.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(DC) [REAGAN - acknowledges inability to meet conservatives' needs.] [John LOFTON - thinks President has not kept campaign promises; cites taxes as example] [M. Stanton EVANS - criticizes Reagan's aides; compares White House treatment of conservatives with that given American Indians and handicapped Filipinos.] ["National Review" spokesperson William RUSHER - hopes President will run in 1984.] Jack Kemp mentioned as possible alternative in 1984.
REPORTER: Jayne Miller

Miller, Jayne;
Schieffer, Bob

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