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Campaign '88 / Democrats / New York #320734

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 17, 1988
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Indication from polls that Governor Michael Dukakis is leading New York primary race reported Report introduced.

(Studio: Bruce Morton) Democrat cands. debate in New York featured; scenes shown from WNBC-TV. [Jesse JACKSON, DUKAKIS - joke about boat analogy.] campaign. in sts. of New York City shown with Jackson, crossing bridge, and with Dukakis, Senator Albert Gore and Mayor Ed Koch, all of whom appeared in parade honoring Israel's 40th anniversary; scenes shown. [KOCH - says Jackson lied about his closeness with Dr. Martin Luther King.] Results of CBS News poll on standings of cands. in New York race outlined on screen. [GORE - discusses momentum.] Impt. of voter turnout noted.

Morton, Bruce;
Spencer, Susan

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