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(Studio: Dan Rather) Michael Dukakis quoted with regard to President Reagan's view of trade bill. Dukakis &Jesse Jackson noted vying for labor vote in Pennsylvania and Ohio. Report introduced.
(Clairton, Pennsylvania: Bruce Morton) Clairton, Pennsylvania, slow economy featured. [Steelworker Michael MORRISON, Junior - comments on closing mills.] [Steelworker Charles GRESE - says need Democrat in office] [Steelworker Jim FIORE - praises Jackson.] Jackson shown campaign [Chemical worker Dennis FLEMMING - comments on situation.] [GRESE - comments on Dukakis.] [Steelworker John GUY - says Dukakis can win.] Dukakis expected to receive most votes in area. [DUKAKIS - campaigns.] Voters noted respecting Jackson. [FLEMMING - comments on Jackson.] Pennsylvania's changing economy detailed. [Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Democrat chairperson Frank LUCCHINO - comments on economy] [FLEMMING - comments on loss of police force due to economy problems.] Democrats expected to return to party [LUCCHINO - says people learned lesson last election] [STEELWORKERS - says Republicans forgot them and they need help.]
- Morton, Bruce;
- Rather, Dan
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