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Campaign 1984 / Vermont #296202

CBS Evening News for Monday, Mar 05, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Burlington, VT) Importance of Vermont preferential primary to cands. Gary Hart and Walter Mondale explained, discussed; films shown. [Hart coordinator Ken DEAN - predicts Hart's success in VT.] [Mondale campaign aide Richard MOE - won't predict victory.] Potential psychological impact of Vermont primary on upcoming Massachusetts primary cited. [Massachusetts AFL-CIO spokesperson Arthur OSBORN - acknowledges Hart's threat to org. labor's efforts with Mondale.]
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Boston, Massachusetts) Mondale's new campaign approach in light of Hart's recent success examined. [MONDALE - accepts blame if message isn't getting across.] [HART - blames Mondale's message for his defeats.] [MONDALE - remarks on empathy; claims Hart has no empathy with the troubled citizen; denounces emphasis on cand.'s media acceptability.]
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

Rather, Dan;
Schieffer, Bob;
Spencer, Susan

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