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Campaign 1984 / Maine Caucuses / Jackson and Jews #296184

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 04, 1984
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(Studio) Importance of today's Maine caucuses to Walter Mondale following Gary Hart's recent campaign successes noted.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(ME) Current showing of Hart and Mondale here outlined on screen, discussed. campaign. efforts of each in Maine reviewed; films shown. Mondale's lack of campaigning in New Hampshire prior to that state's primary recalled. [MONDALE - solicits ME votes.] Hart's Maine campaign discussed; impact of Hart's win in New Hampshire on his ME campaign choices explained.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Studio) Upcoming Vermont presidential preference primary discussed.
REPORTER: Morton Dean, Bob Schieffer

(Studio) Upcoming "super Tuesday" round of primaries noted.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Framingham, Massachusetts) Jesse Jackson's appearance before B'nai B'rith here featured; controversy over his recent anti-Semitic remarks recalled. [JACKSON - is "bloodied but not bowed."] Anti-Jackson demonstrators and black Muslim bodyguards for Jackson noted, shown. [JACKSON - tries to explain his stance on Mideast.] Jackson's public attitude toward Israel and Palestinian- PLO relationship mentioned. [Rabbi Alfred FRIEDMAN - claims Jackson's the "fair-haired boy of the Arab world."] [JACKSON - responds.] Jackson's refusal to repudiate black Muslim threats against anyone harming Jackson noted. [Attorney Alan DERSHOWITZ - feels Jackson should display leadership by denouncing Muslim's statement.] [JACKSON - responds.] [PEOPLE - react to Jackson's appearance.] Differing reception for Jackson later by black congregation and Arab audience noted, shown.

Dean, Morton;
Faw, Bob;
Schieffer, Bob

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