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Campaign '88 / Bush vs. Dukakis #323484

CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 05, 1988
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(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Reports introd.

(Detroit, Michigan: Bruce Morton) [Michael DUKAKIS - criticizes Vice President George Bush's comments with regard to unempl.] Historic film shown of Lyndon Johnson campaign on Labor Day. [UAW president Owen BIEBER - urges Democrats who voted for President Reagan in 1984 to vote for Dukakis.] [DUKAKIS - campaigns. in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.] [Senator Lloyd BENTSEN - campaigns. against Bush in Texas.] Walter Mondale's Labor Day parade recalled; scenes shown.

(Anaheim, California: Bob Schieffer) [BUSH - campaigns. in Disneyland and praises Olympic team.] [In San Diego, BUSH - criticizes Dukakis.] [Senator Dan QUAYLE - comments on Pledge of Allegiance.] "Los Angeles Times"' poll results given.

Kuralt, Charles;
Morton, Bruce;
Schieffer, Bob

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