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Campaign '88 / Iowa / New Hampshire / Democrats #318170

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jan 24, 1988
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Results of "Des Moines Register" poll of standing of Democrat cands. in Iowa outlined on screen. Report introduced.

(Durham, New Hampshire: Terence Smith) Televised debate among Democrat president cands. in New Hampshire featured; details given, scenes shown. [Gary HART, moderator John CHANCELLOR - exchange words with regard to introduction of Hart.] [Bruce BABBITT, Governor Michael DUKAKIS - debate tax issue.] Dukakis' "Massachusetts miracle" of state economy resurgence discussed. [Senator Albert GORE, Jesse JACKSON - talks about miracles and Massachusetts economy] [Senator Paul SIMON - recalls Hubert Humphrey.] Impt. of New Hampshire primary to cands. detailed.

(Studio: Susan Spencer) Results of "Los Angeles Times" survey of leaders in New Hampshire given; leading cands. reported to be Dukakis and Vice President George Bush.

Reporter(s):
Smith, Terence;
Spencer, Susan
Duration:
23:33:00

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