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Campaign '88 / Bush vs. Dukakis / Bentsen vs. Quayle / Debate #323479

CBS Evening News for Friday, Sep 30, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Vice President George Bush reported campaign in Massachusetts. Michael Dukakis quoted with regard to Bush's agriculture policy. Senators Lloyd Bentsen and Dan Quayle reported rehearsing for debate. Report introduced

(DC: Deborah Potter) [BENTSEN - implores Reagan Democrats to vote for Dukakis.] [Tennessee Governor Ned McWHERTER - praises Bentsen.] [BENTSEN - campaigns.] Bentsen noted using local media to broadcast his message. [BENTSEN - ridicules Quayle.]

(DC: Jacqueline Adams) [QUAYLE - campaigns.] Quayle's personal controversies and verbal gaffes discussed; details given, scenes shown. [Pol. analyst Kevin PHILLIPS - comments on Quayle and polls.] [Bush political dir. Rich BOND - comments.] [BUSH - defends Quayle.] [QUAYLE - criticizes Dukakis.] [Bush advisor Charles BLACK - comments.] Bush aide quoted re: upcoming vice president debate.

(Studio: Dan Rather) CIA chief during Jimmy Carter's administration, Stansfield Turner, reported disagreeing with Bush's stmts. with regard to Panama's general Manuel Noriega; details given, Turner quoted.

Adams, Jacqueline;
Potter, Deborah;
Rather, Dan

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