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Campaign 1984 / Debate #293959

CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 22, 1984
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(Studio) CBS "News-New York Times" poll on reaction to last night's debate between Walter Mondale and President Reagan outlined on screen.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Kansas City, Missouri) Poll findings detailed; possible implications for fall elec. discussed. [Last night, REAGAN - denies saying in past that submarine-launched missile could be recalled once fired.] [Today, MONDALE - stands behind his allegation about such remark.] [May 13, 1982, REAGAN - speaks regarding recalling carriers of missiles.] [Last night, REAGAN - defs. proposal to stage demonstration test of star wars space weapons concept in coordination with USSR .] [Former Arms Control Agency director Paul WARNKE - considers such proposal science fiction.] Researchers' assessment of feasibility of such test outlined.
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Morton, Bruce;
Rather, Dan

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