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Election 1984 / Democratic Convention #298086

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 15, 1984
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(Studio) Reaction to presidential candidate Walter Mondale's announced plans to replace Democratic national committee chairperson Charles Manatt with Bert Lance reported.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(San Francisco, California) Details given with regard to Democratic party activities, include Lance-Manatt controversy. [LANCE and WOMAN - exchange comments with regard to situation.] Reactions of president candidates Jesse Jackson and Gary Hart noted. [JACKSON - comments.] [HART - comments.] Hart's remarks with regard to Latin American policy in platform cited. [Hart campaign chairperson Theodore SORENSEN - comments.] [MANATT - calls for togetherness.]
REPORTER: Eric Engberg

(Studio) Lance-Manatt controversy discussed.
REPORTER: Morton Dean, Eric Engberg

(Studio) Report on activities of Mondale and running mate Representative Geraldine Ferraro at Sierra Mt. retreat introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(S. Lake Tahoe, California) Mondale reported to attend Presbyterian church service, Ferraro a Catholic Mass. Interview of Mondale and Ferraro with CBS News reporter Susan Spencer shown. [MONDALE - wants to get going and win.] Their comments on Lance and national committee chairperson appointed noted. [FERRARO - comments on references to religion in relation to her and President Ronald Reagan.] Remarks about Ferraro's reference to Reagan's "Christianity," and his about her tokenism on ticket, cited. [MONDALE - comments.]
REPORTER: Ned Potter

Dean, Morton;
Engberg, Eric;
Potter, Ned

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