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Campaign 1984 / Reagan, Ferraro, Mondale #294145

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 31, 1984
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(Studio) Geraldine Ferraro's response to President Reagan's suggestion, in Hearst newspaper interview, that she's not qualified for Vice President post reported [Walter MONDALE - considers Ferraro better prepared for Vice President than Reagan was when he was elected president; elaborates.] Final campaign efforts of each candidate reviewed; films shown. [REAGAN - considers election one of choice between philosophies.] [MONDALE - denies nation is selfish.] [REAGAN - claims his administration offers opportunity.] [Pol. scientist Everett Carll LADD - describes Reagan's vision of his presidency.] [MONDALE - accuses Reagan administration of being only for the wealthy.] [Historian William LEUCHTENBURG - considers implications of Mondale's reference to Harry Truman rather than Franklin Roosevelt in acceptance speech.] [MONDALE, REAGAN - campaign on respective arms control positions, government's role.]
REPORTER: Dan Rather

Rather, Dan

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