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Campaign '88 / Bush / Reagan #322683

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 13, 1988
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(Studio: Bob schieffer) Questioning of Vice President George Bush's World War II record noted. [Governor Michael DUKAKIS - praises Bush's war valor.] Report introduced.

(DC: Terence Smith) President Reagan's role in Bush campaign reported Reagan said frequently mentioning Bush in his radio address. [REAGAN - talks about American's peace-time expansion.] Bush's input in selection of Nicholas Brady as Treasury Secretary, Lauro Cavazos as Educ. Secretary and Richard Thornburgh as Attorney General noted; scenes shown. ["US News and World Report" David GERGEN - says White House is letting Bush run government] Rel. of president and vice president reviewed; Dwight Eisenhower and Richard Nixon, Lyndon Johnson and Hubert Humphrey mentioned; historical film shown. "Stature gap" between Reagan and Bush explained. [GERGEN - previews response to Reagan's speech.]

(Studio: Bob schieffer) Report introduced.

Smith, Terence;
schieffer, Bob

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