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Elec. '88 #313602

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 23, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Decorah, Iowa: Bruce Morton) Democratic presidential candidate Paul Simon's band shown practicing "Happy Days Are Here Again." [SIMON - says education should be more of a priority.] Simon's stance mentioned on various issues. [SIMON - says what he would say to USSR leaders and would propose a Constitutional amendment to balance the budget and no responsible candidate can assure there will not be a tax increase] Simon's old-fashioned image discussed. [SIMON - says the president is the office in which the most good can be done.] Simon shown shaking hands and his uncharismatic image noted. Iowa Democrats reported supporting Simon. [Iowa Democrat chairperson Bonnie CAMPBELL - describes what Iowa likes about Simon.] [SIMON - says people are ready for someone who will level with them.] Iowa following noted.

Morton, Bruce;
Rather, Dan

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