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Campaign '88 / Dukakis vs. Bush / Arkansas #318742

CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 31, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Cotton Plant, Arkansas: Lesley Stahl) Arkansas's important in campaign '88 featured. [Pol. analyst Skip RUTHERFORD - comments on Arkansas.] [Farmer Harvey SANNER - blames Reagan administration for economy difficulties.] Vice President George Bush and Michael Dukakis noted campaign frequently in Arkansas. [MEN - comment on need for change and cands.] [Governor Bill CLINTON - praises Dukakis.] Dukakis' stance on gun control noted hurting him in Arkansas. [MEN - comment on hunting rather than voting.] [CLINTON - comments on Bush.] [Cotton Plant cnclman. Junious BABBS - comments on black voters.] ["Arkansas Democrat" managing editor Bob STARR - predicts Dukakis loss.]

Rather, Dan;
Stahl, Lesley

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