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Campaign 1984 / Demo. Race #295825

CBS Evening News for Monday, Mar 12, 1984
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(Studio) Jesse Jackson's campaign appearance in Montgomery, Alabama, church of Martin Luther King, Junior, noted; films shown.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Atlanta, Georgia) [Walter MONDALE - considers race between self and Gary Hart.] [John GLENN - disagrees.] Glenn's current standing in campaign assessed; films shown. [GLENN - attacks Hart's defense policy; promotes self as moderate.] [Glenn's south coordinator Jimmy HALL - acknowledges Glenn's campaign problems in S.] His probable withdrawal from race after Tuesday primaries considered.
REPORTER: Lem Tucker

(Boston, Massachusetts) George McGovern's continuing campaign efforts reviewed; films shown. Hart recalled McGovern's 1972 campaign manager [McGOVERN - refers to Hart's "new ideas" rhetoric.] Praise of McGovern's handling of campaign noted. [McGOVERN - recalls 1972 race.] [Arlo GUTHRIE - sings.] [McGOVERN - quotes folk song.]
REPORTER: Liz Trotta

Rather, Dan;
Trotta, Liz;
Tucker, Lem

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