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Campaign 1984 / Reagan #296741

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

(NYC) Ronald Reagan's campaign trip here in effort to court women voters examined; Maureen Reagan, hired as administration consultant on women, mentioned, shown. [REAGAN - denies insensitivity to women's issues.] Programs his administration promotes President believes pertinent to issue listed on screen. [REAGAN - claims econ. growth, rather than laws, will provide equal opportunities for women.] [Estoria GITTENS - believes Reagan has hurt women's efforts more than helped.] [Irene COHEN - thinks administration policies are becoming supportive of women.] [Representative Patricia SCHROEDER - accuses President of taking credit for others' accomplishments rather than doing anything himself.] His campaign stop at day care center as well as mtgs. with Jews and Catholics mentioned.
REPORTER: Bill Plante

Plante, Bill;
Rather, Dan

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