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Campaign 1984 / Mondale, Reagan #298869

CBS Evening News for Friday, Aug 24, 1984
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(Studio) Walter Mondale's criticism of President Reagan and Republican convention outlined.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Chicago, Illinois) President's post-convention appearance in Dallas noted. [REAGAN - claims stereotype of Republicans is no longer applicable; anticipates difficult campaign; encourages supporters.] His later remarks to Vets. of For. Wars here outlined. [REAGAN - attacks Democratic policy on B-1, MX and nuclear freeze with Sam Rayburn quote with regard to jackasses and carpenters.] Reagan campaign strategy mentioned.
REPORTER: Bill Plante

(Springfield, Illinois) Mondale's campaign appearance here featured; films shown. [MONDALE - attacks Reaganomics.] Pro-Reagan demonstration at rally mentioned, shown. [HECKLER - chides Mondale.] Mondale's criticism of Reagan noted encompassing recession, James Watt and Beirut tragedy. [MONDALE - questions President's ability to lead nation into future.] Debate challenges issued by Mondale and Geraldine Ferraro to Reagan and Vice President George Bush, respectively, mentioned. [MONDALE - challenges President] His upcoming campaign plan outlined.
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

Plante, Bill;
Schieffer, Bob;
Spencer, Susan

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