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Campaign 1984 / Kennedy Effect #295869

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 14, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(NYC) Role of "the Kennedy effect" in United States politics illustrated by current presidential campaign, examined. [John F. KENNEDY - "...ask not..." speech.] [HART - paraphrases Kennedy.] [Ronald REAGAN - quotes Kennedy.] [KENNEDY - "...let the word go forth..."] [Walter MONDALE - "let the word go out from Iowa..."] [Bobby KENNEDY -...some people see things as they are..."] [John GLENN - quotes Robert Kennedy.] Corollaries with imitations of Martin Luther King, Junior noted. [GLENN - quotes King.] [Franklin D. ROOSEVELT - "...rendezvous with destiny..."] [MONDALE - refers to "rendezvous with nuclear winner."] [MONDALE, Jesse JACKSON - paraphrase Abraham Lincoln.] [Hubert H. HUMPHREY - " nation.." speech.] [GLENN - quotes pledge of allegiance.] [HART - refers to "making world safe for hypocrisy."]
REPORTER: Charles Osgood

Osgood, Charles;
Rather, Dan

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