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Campaign '88 / Jackson #320499

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Mar 31, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Jesse Jackson noted attempting to beat Michael Dukakis and Albert Gore in Wisconsin primary. Results of Jackson's success discussed. Report introduced.

(Milwaukee, WI: Bob Schieffer) [JACKSON - campaigns.] Jackson's platform outlined. [Ex-aide to Jimmy Carter Stuart EIZENSTAT - comments on Jackson's domestic program.] Eizenstat quoted with regard to cost of Jackson's proposals. [Jackson campaign spokesperson Carol O'CLEIREACAIN - says Jackson will cut military budget to pay for proposals.] [JACKSON - calls for defense cuts.] [EIZENSTAT - says Jackson's proposed defense cuts would devastate military capabilities.] [JACKSON - campaigns. with regard to taxes.] Jackson's tax views discussed. [EIZENSTAT - comments on Jackson's tax proposals.] Jackson's critics noted asserting he doesn't provide substantive reasons for proposals. [O'CLEIREACAIN - says experts can be hired to work out details.] Jackson noted now having to explain how he will specifically implement changes.

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Schieffer, Bob
Duration:
00:03:20

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