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Campaign '88 / Bush / Women's Vote #322688

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 13, 1988
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(Studio: Bob schieffer) Report introduced.

(Convention floor: Susan Spencer) Vice President George Bush's problem in gaining support of women voters featured; scenes shown. [WOMEN - explain why they don't like Bush.] Poll results detailed. [Republican pollster Chuck RUND - says even Republican women prefer Governor Michael Dukakis.] [Bush campaign spokesperson Deborah STEELMAN - comments on issue.] Reasons for "gender gap" detailed. [Columbia Univ. Ethel KLEIN - says Republicans "prosperity litany" does not appeal to working women.] [American Enterprise Institution spokesperson Karlyn KEENE - discusses women's view.] Bush proposal on child care reported directed at women's vote. [KLEIN - says Bush doesn't speak to women's values.] [STEELMAN - comments.]

Spencer, Susan;
schieffer, Bob

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