CBS Evening News for Monday, Jan 18, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Preaching president cands. Jesse Jackson and Pat Robertson featured. Reports introduced
(Greenfield, Iowa: Bruce Morton) Jesse Jackson shown celebrating Martin Luther King, Junior, holiday in Atlanta, Georgia. Jackson's campaign featured. [JACKSON - campaigns.] [WOMAN - intros. Jackson.] Jackson's appeal discussed. [Jackson Iowa campaign spokesperson John NORRIS - asserts optimism for Iowa caucus.] Jackson's visibility as black candidate mentioned. [Public opinion analyst Tom CAVANAUGH - discusses Jackson's chances.] [JACKSON - comments on American] Jackson noted campaign seriously for president
(Greenfield, Iowa: Bob Schieffer) Scenes shown of Pat Robertson's campaign workers in De Witt, Iowa. [ROBERTSON - urges hard work.] Robertson's Iowa campaign featured; scenes shown. [Image consultant Connie SNAPP - discusses image Robertson's trying to project.] Robertson strategy detailed. [ROBERTSON - discusses issues.] Scenes shown of workers campaign
(Studio: Dan Rather; Iowa: Bruce Morton, Bob Schieffer) Jackson and Robertson's chances in Iowa discussed. Impt. of Iowa caucuses noted. Robert Dole and Vice President George Bush mentioned. Robertson quoted. Republican cands. listed and discussed. Gary Hart mentioned.
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