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Campaign 1984 / New York Primary #296289

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 01, 1984
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(Studio) No. delegates at stake in New York primary noted.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(NYC) Today's Democrat debate featured. [Gary HART, Walter MONDALE - debate campaign tactics, issue of United States embassy location in Israel.] Mondale's emphasis on experience mentioned. [MONDALE - seeks support.] Variety of ethnic and socioecon. groups in New York and implications for Mondale considered.
REPORTER: Ned Potter

(NYC) [Jesse JACKSON - remains committed to campaign; comments on opponents' stance on cutting off aid to South Africa; disagrees with both Mondale and Hart on US embassy issue in Israel.] His campaign tactics, include courting NYC's gay community and other minorities, described. [JACKSON - cites need for opponents to realign their perspective of American society.]

(Studio) NYC's annual homicide rate mentioned.

(NYC) Role of gun control issue in New York primary examined; films shown. Hart's pol. dilemma over issue explained. [HART - is willing to develop national gun control policy; concedes issue has never been priority with him.] Importance of issue to New York City Mayor Ed Koch and Governor Mario Cuomo cited. [Courtesy ABC's "This Wk.", CUOMO - notes Mondale supports gun control, an issue relevant to NYC.] [HART - doubts New York City would place gun control as priority in national issues.]
REPORTER: Bruce Hall

Dean, Morton;
Faw, Bob;
Hall, Bruce;
Potter, Ned

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