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Campaign '88 / New York Primary #320753

CBS Evening News for Monday, Apr 18, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Albert Gore, Michael Dukakis and Jesse Jackson reported responding to President Reagan's actions in Persian Gulf. Jackson quoted re: Iran/Contra scandal; Reagan and Vice President George Bush mentioned. Report introduced.

(Studio: Bruce Morton) [JACKSON - campaigns.] [DUKAKIS - campaigns. with Oscar- winning cousin Olympia Dukakis.] Pol. analysts quoted. [Jackson campaign manager Gerald AUSTIN - comments on New York primary.] [Dukakis campaign director Paul BOGRAD - says Dukakis will win.] Dukakis campaign workers shown canvassing for votes. Jackson supporters noted most committed. [Gore campaign advr. Bill HADDAD - comments on Jackson supporters' commitment.] Gore shown campaign [Mayor Edward KOCH - criticizes Jackson.] [GORE - says Koch speaking for himself.] [JACKSON - comments on death threats.] CBS News poll results illustration [New York Democratic party spokesperson John MARINO - comments on important of primary.] Marino quoted with regard to Iowa, New Hampshire and New York primaries.

(Studio: Dan Rather, Bruce Morton) Possibilities of Dukakis and Jackson wins discussed.

Morton, Bruce;
Rather, Dan

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