CBS Evening News for Monday, Mar 12, 1984
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(Studio) Significance of tomorrow's Democrat primaries noted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Atlanta, Georgia) Reaction to Gary Hart's position on Cuba examined. [MONDALE - claims Hart doesn't perceive difference between democracy and totalitarianism.] Last night's debate reviewed. [MONDALE - claims Hart denied Cuba is totalitarian.] [HART - responds.] Exchange between cands. said in reference to February 28, 1982, interview of Hart in "Washington Post"; article quoted on screen. [John GLENN - claims Hart has promised to withhold federal projects from opponents of ERA if elected President] [HART - denies that allegation.] [GLENN - reads Hart's remarks to National Women's Pol. Caucus this July.] [MONDALE - challenges Hart to series of debates.]
REPORTER: Bruce Morton
(Studio) No. delegates at stake in Florida noted. Hart's Florida organization and Mondale's courting of retired residents examined; number senior citizens registered to vote in Florida mentioned. [MONDALE - promotes his position on issues of interest to elderly; dismisses Hart's "new ideas" rhetoric.] Indications of Hart's rising popularity discussed. [March 8, HART - refers to John Kennedy; audience response noted.] [Morris KAYE - notes Hart's similarity to Kennedy; explains changing allegiance from Mondale to Hart.] [Hyman DAVIS - considers his attraction to Hart.]
REPORTER: Dan Rather
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