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Campaign '88 / Pennsylvania Primary / Dukakis #320889

CBS Evening News for Monday, Apr 25, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Michael Dukakis and Jesse Jackson reported disagreeing whether or not to make concessions to terrorists holding hostages. Report introduced.

(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Bob Faw) Dukakis' lack of foreign policy finesse discussed. [Richard NIXON - says Dukakis would be foreign policy disaster.] [Jackson foreign policy advisor Robert BOROSAGE - criticizes Dukakis.] [Ex- Secretary of State Henry KISSINGER - says can't learn in office] Dukakis noted considered naive and inexperienced. [Last Monday, DUKAKIS - refuses to comment on United States foreign policy in Israel.] [Feb. 18, 1988, DUKAKIS - says is tough on defense] Dukakis' aide quoted with regard to Vice President George Bush. [Dukakis advisor Madeleine ALBRIGHT - says Dukakis would not have praised Ferdinand Marcos.] Jimmy Carter's inexperience recalled. [Democrat consultant Pat CADDELL - comments on situation.] [Bush campaign director Lee ATWATER -criticizes Dukakis.] [DUKAKIS - criticizes foreign political of Reagan administration] Republicans noted planning to make foreign policy central campaign issue.

Faw, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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