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Campaign '88 / Biden #317643

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Sep 19, 1987
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Senator Joseph Biden's current plagiarism controversy noted illustrating derailment of president campaigns. by unusual dvts. and media's role; scenes shown. Demise of campaigns. of George Romney, Edmund Muskie and Richard Nixon's career of bouncing back from damaged campaigns. reviewed as exs. [NIXON - gives his Checkers speech.] [1974, NIXON - denies being a crook.] [May 5, Gary HART - denies immorality.] [American Enterprise Institution spokesperson Suzanne GARMENT - notes criteria for judging pols.' morality has changed.] [Pollster Peter HART - thinks voters will tire of media's interest in cands.' integrity.] [GARMENT - comments.]

Schieffer, Bob

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