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Campaign 1984 / Missouri Caucuses, Hart #296477

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Apr 19, 1984
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(Studio) Delegates won by Walter Mondale, Gary Hart and Jesse Jackson in last night's Missouri caucuses listed on screen.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(DC) Hart's proposals to reform military insts. and approach to armed forces examined. [HART - feels nation has no other choice.] Mondale's position on issue mentioned. [Hart's defense adviser Bill LIND - explains cand.'s approach.] Hart's membership in Mil. Reform Caucus noted. [Defense analyst Edward LUTTWAK - comments on Army's reform attitude.] [LIND - cites lack of new reform ideas since 18th century.] [Former chief of naval operations Admiral Elmo ZUMWALT - doesn't believe military will be forced into revolution without serious consequences.] Impact of Hart's proposed changes on US allies considered. [HART - wants allies to assume more responsibility.] [LIND - believes Hart would withdraw more combat troops from Europe and Korea.]
REPORTER: David Martin

Martin, David;
Schieffer, Bob

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