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Campaign 1984 / Pennsylvania Primary #296802

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 08, 1984
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(Studio) Democrat cands. noted campaigning in Pennsylvania today.
REPORTER: Bill Kurtis

(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) Walter Mondale's campaign appearance at Three Mile Island nuclear power plant featured; films shown. [MONDALE - promises to keep TMI closed if elected.] Focus of Mondale's campaign strategy against Gary Hart explained. [MONDALE - promotes strong industry base.] Mondale's emphasis on Hart's opposition to Chrysler bailout plan noted. [MONDALE - claims Hart dismisses importance of steel industry's plight.]
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

(Studio) Hart's campaign among unemployed steelworkers in Pennsylvania discussed.
REPORTER: Bill Kurtis

(Johnstown, Pennsylvania) Hart's stress of economy issues in Pennsylvania examined; films shown. [HART - believes national interest is in reviving United States steel industry] His general campaign approach in Pennsylvania outlined. [Courtesy "Face the" Nation, HART - denies slipping in race; predicts Pennsylvania primary.]
REPORTER: Bruce Hall

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Bill Kurtis

(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) Jackson's campaign here, focusing on broadening his coalition, examined; films shown. [JACKSON - considers campaign a moral movement] Jackson's showing in recent New York primary believed due primarily to large black support; city's Mayor Wilson Goode mentioned supporting Mondale. [JACKSON - suggests he's representative of peace movement] Jackson's call for defense budget cuts discussed. [Courtesy NBC, JACKSON - claims Mondale won't get his support unless he supports Voting Rights Act.] Possible role of labor vote in Pennsylvania primary considered.

Dow, David;
Hall, Bruce;
Kurtis, Bill;
Spencer, Susan

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