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Campaign '88 / Bush vs. Dukakis / Crime-Drugs Issues #318679

CBS Evening News for Friday, Oct 28, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Drug-related shooting outside Washington, DC nightclub discussed; details given, scenes shown. Teenager Bondelia Robinson noted killed in cross fire. Report introduced.

(DC: Rita Braver) Michael Dukakis and Vice President George Bush's views on drugs and crime featured. [BUSH and DUKAKIS - campaign with regard to crime and drug issues.] [Ex- Justice Department official Philip HEYMANN - says federal government has no jurisdiction in state crime operations.] [Criminologist James FYFE - comments on president's role in fighting crime.] Areas in which president can impact crime fighting in US outlined on screen. Bush and Dukakis television ads. shown and discussed. [Fordham Univ. law school spokesperson Ernest VAN den HAAG, BUSH, DUKAKIS - comment on crime.]

Braver, Rita;
Rather, Dan

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