CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 05, 1984
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(Studio) Last-day campaign perceptions of Reagan and Mondale supporters outlined.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Woodland Hills, California) Reagan's final campaign push featured; films shown. [REAGAN - considers his priorities for second term, include approach to USSR .] [1964, REAGAN - warns enemies.] 1964 speech recalled in behalf of Barry Goldwater.
REPORTER: Bill Plante
(Denton, Texas) Bush's use of patriotism theme for campaign's end noted; films shown. [WOMAN - sings.] [BUSH - asks for second term.] Implications of Reagan crowd's response to Mondale-Ferraro demonstrators considered. [BUSH - considers tomorrow historical.] Bush thought hoping to use power and money Texas representatives as springboard to White House in 1988.
REPORTER: Ike Pappas
(Los Angeles, California) Mondale's last major rally featured; films shown. [MONDALE - reads letter from impoverished child seeking help for family; warns President he will pay price tomorrow for insulting nation's intelligence on daily basis; criticizes Republican attacks on Geraldine Ferraro.]
REPORTER: Susan Spencer
(Ferraro campaign. Plane) Last leg of Ferraro's campaign examined; films shown. [FERRARO - doesn't think her father ever anticipated a daughter being President when he immigrated to US; jokes with staff about election outcome.]
REPORTER: Phil Jones
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