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Campaign 1984 / Primaries, Jackson Campaign #296712

CBS Evening News for Monday, Apr 30, 1984
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(Studio) Tomorrow's primaries in Tennessee and Washington, DC noted; Jesse Jackson said expected to win DC contest.

(Nashville, Tennessee) Jackson's appeal to the young, non-black minorities, handicapped, senior citizens examined; films shown. [JACKSON - notes no United States President looks like him.] [Donita SOLOMON, Barry McNUR, Athan GIBBS - describe their attraction to cand.] [JACKSON - encourages handicapped to enter pols.] His successful disregard for traditional political strategy described. [JACKSON - remains optimistic.] [Joyce WALTER - feels Jackson's importance lies in role model for young blacks.] [JACKSON - claims winning self-respect is more important than winning election] [GIBB - wants to be second black President when he grows up.]

Faw, Bob

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