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Campaign 1984 / Demo. Vice President, Jackson #297844

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 30, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Miami Beach, Florida) National Org. for Women (NOW) conv.'s push for Walter Mondale to select woman running mate examined; films shown. [Representative Barbara MIKULSKI - notes message sent Mondale.] [MONDALE - will select best running mate; denies playing to special ints. by courting woman Vice President] [Representatives Barbara KENNELLY, Mary Rose OAKAR - consider defeating Ronald Reagan priority, not sex of Vice President] [Representative Geraldine FERRARO - notes woman's place is in the vice presidency and presidency.] Ferraro said meeting Monday with Mondale for her Vice President interview.
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

(Studio) Secretary of State George Shultz's criticism of Jesse Jackson's foreign trips, especially to Cuba, outlined, quoted; arrival in Miami, Florida, of Cuban political prisoners released to Jackson noted.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Miami, Florida) Readjustment faced by freed political prisoner Geraldo Martinez Perez examined; films shown. [Martinez PEREZ - (thru translator) describes his current psychological state; wants to work.] Mobilization of former prisoners here to help those without families described. [MARTINEZ PEREZ - (thru translator) praises United States citizens.] [Barbara PEREZ - wants grandfather to feel his best.]
REPORTER: Richard Schlesinger

Schieffer, Bob;
Schlesinger, Richard;
Spencer, Susan

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