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Campaign 1984 / Glenn Withdrawal, Michigan Caucuses #295895

CBS Evening News for Friday, Mar 16, 1984
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(Studio) John Glenn's formal withdrawal from 1984 Democrat presidential race reported [GLENN - would consider Vice President if justified.]
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Detroit, Michigan) Michigan campaigns. of Walter Mondale and Gary Hart in anticipation of this wkend.'s caucuses there examined. [Michigan AFL-CIO spokesperson Sam FISHMAN - feels confident of Mondale victory.] Role of organized labor in Mondale's Michigan efforts noted. [MONDALE - attacks Hart's opposition to Chrysler loan guarantees, other labor issues.] Importance to organized labor of Mondale winning Michigan explained. [FISHMAN - agrees on state's significance to unions.] [Labor analyst Louis FERMAN - cites organized labor's importance in other states.] [WORKER - criticizes unions' early endorsement.]
REPORTER: Meredith Vieira

Rather, Dan;
Vieira, Meredith

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