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Campaign '88 / Experience Issue #313490

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Nov 14, 1987
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Efforts of those campaigning for president to emphasize their experience reported; details given, scenes shown. [Senator Robert DOLE - campaigns. as a known quantity.] [Representative Richard GEPHARDT, Vice President George BUSH, Alexander HAIG - explain their experience.] Campaigning in previous elections shown. [Jimmy CARTER, Ronald REAGAN - oppose government bureaucracy.] Reagan's responsibility for this year's crop on Washington, DC insiders explained. [Kennedy School of Govt. Gary ORREN - says Iran/Contra scandal created mood calling for someone to run government better.] [DOLE - says American people want a pol. veteran] [ORREN - discusses fate of experienced cands. in recent elections.] Results of "USA Today" poll on insider/outsider issue given on screen. Outsiders Jesse Jackson and Pat Robertson said to be long shots in '88. Campaigning scenes shown from 1972, 1976, 1980. [ORREN - discusses pol. insiders.]

Schieffer, Bob

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