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(New Orleans, Louisiana: Jerry Bowen) Pat Robertson's political clout detailed; scenes shown of Robertson in television studio at Virginia Beach, Virginia. [Bush campaign spokesperson Rich BOND - discusses important of Robertson and supporters for Bush.] [Robertson campaign manager Allan SUTHERLIN - discusses the evangelical bloc vote.] [ROBERTSON - comments.] Bitter rivalry between Bush and Robertson forces in some states noted; scenes shown from January 1988. [Robertson's Michigan dir. Lori PACKER - says forces will back Bush.] Probable deal between Bush- Robertson camps detailed. [Republican national committee spokesperson Richard ROSENBAUM - says it is risky dealing with zealots.] [ROBERTSON - speculates on next president elec.]
- Bowen, Jerry
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