CBS Evening News for Friday, Apr 05, 1985
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REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Santa, Barbara, California) Reaction to Social Security budget compromise reached by President Reagan and Congress Republicans examined. [REAGAN - denies breaking campaign promise.] Terms of agreement outlined on screen, explained. [October 7, 1984, in debate with Walter Mondale, REAGAN - promises never to reduce Social Security benefits.] [Today, REAGAN - claims Democrats will be lying if they attack him on issue.] [Representative Claude PEPPER, American Association of Retired Persons spokesperson Cy BRICKFIELD, National Council of Senior Citizens spokesperson Bill HUTTON - accuse President of deceiving elderly.]
REPORTER: Bill Plante
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