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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(DC: Susan Spencer) Implications for Gary Hart's presidential campaign of latest questions about his character raised by "Miami Herald" allegation that he spent night with Donna Rice examined; details given, scenes shown. [campaign. manager William DIXON - considers newspaper's actions character assassination.] [Mario CUOMO - considers attacks unfair and nonproductive.] Past controversies surrounding Hart's personal life reviewed. [Pol. consultants Bob BECKEL, Kevin PHILLIPS - cite burden on Hart.] Lee Hart mentioned in Colorado.
(Miami, Florida: Bernard Goldberg) Questions about "Miami Herald's" sense of ethics in handling of story examined; details given, scenes shown. [PEOPLE - attack paper.] [Radio talk show host Al RANTEL - cites parameters of issue.] [Voices of CALLERS - debate incident.] [Edmund MUSKIE - comments.] ["Miami Herald" executive editor Heath MERIWETHER - defs. paper's actions.]
- Goldberg, Bernard;
- Rather, Dan;
- Spencer, Susan
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