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Campaign 1984 / Demo. Race #295808

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 11, 1984
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(Studio) No. delegates at stake in March 13th primaries noted.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Atlanta, Georgia) Democrat debate here today in anticipation of upcoming primaries examined. [George McGOVERN - defs. past Democrat presidents.] [Walter MONDALE - questions substance of opponents' campaigns.] [Gary HART - criticizes President Reagan's budget deficits.] Hart and Mondale mentioned criticizing each other's econ. policies; details given. Jesse Jackson mentioned, John Glenn quoted.
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

(Studio) Importance of Tuesday primaries for Hart considered.
REPORTER: Morton Dean, Bruce Morton

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Birmingham, Alabama) Org. labor's possible role in Tuesday primaries examined; extent of unions' support for Mondale and organized labor's pervasiveness in Alabama considered. [AFL-CIO spokesperson James ALBRIGHT - claims unity.] State's economy problems outlined. [WORKERS - explain supporting Mondale.] CBS News poll of union mbrs.' ignorance that AFL-CIO had endorsed Mondale and percentage supporting Hart versus Mondale outlined on screen. [Center for Labor Research Higdon ROBERTS - believes workers here are southerners 1st; explains implications for Hart.] Issue of black support for Jesse Jackson and pro-mil. sentiment for John Glenn among union members considered.
REPORTER: Sandy Gilmour

Dean, Morton;
Gilmour, Sandy;
Morton, Bruce

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