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Campaign '88 / Republicans / Reagan / Defense Bill #323069

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 06, 1988
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Report introduced.

(DC: Terence Smith) President Reagan reported challenging Democrats in his radio address. [REAGAN - says Congress must pass new defense bill.] Democrat response to Reagan noted. [Senator Sam NUNN - discusses defense bill; mentions Vice President George Bush's campaign] Response to Reagan's veto of defense bill detailed. [On Wednesday, Free Congress president Paul WEYRICH - praises Reagan's veto of defense bill.] [Democrat consultant Harrison HICKMAN - analyzes positions of Reagan and Bush on defense] [Republican consultant Ed ROLLINS - says people are concerned with Democrat positions on taxes and defense] Strategy for Reagan while campaign for Bush noted.

Smith, Terence;
Spencer, Susan

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