CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 30, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Jesse Jackson reported meeting Democratic party leaders Democratic officials' fears of Jackson's success noted. Jackson noted asserting was treated respectfully by leaders Michael Dukakis' Connecticut primary victory mentioned. Albert Gore noted not yet proving is national candidate Report introduced.
(Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Bruce Morton) Jackson shown meeting with aides and Democratic party leaders [JACKSON - says meeting was summit.] [Democratic advisor Clark CLIFFORD - comments on Jackson.] Jackson noted cancelling meeting with Gore after latter's attack on foreign policy views. [GORE - says Jackson isn't immune to questions.] Gore shown campaign in WI. [GORE - says has momentum.] Dukakis aides quoted with regard to Wisconsin primary. [Dukakis aide Pat FORCIEA - says Wisconsin between Dukakis and Jackson.] Jackson's Wisconsin campaign strategy outlined. [Jackson aide Carolyn KAZDIN - says Jackson will do well.] [Wisconsin Democratic chairperson Suellen ALBRECHT - comments on Jackson.] Wisconsin noted being crossover primary. Governor Tommy Thompson quoted. Wisconsin primary's important noted.
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