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Campaign '92 / Brown / Democrats / Iowa #339479

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 28, 1991
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Story in "Los Angeles Times" that former California governor Jerry Brown is talking about possibly running for the '92 Democratic presidential nomination reported; scenes shown from Manchester, New Hampshire, of traditional Democratic picnic attended by candidate Paul Tsongas and Senator Tom Harkin, who may run.

(Des Moines: James Hattori) The '92 campaign in Iowa, which has yet to begin, featured; scenes shown. Lament by businesses and political activists about the lack of a campaign explained. [Mark SOLOMON, Carter Printing Ron HOYT, Story County Democratic chairperson Margo McNABB, "Des Moines Register" Dave YEPSEN - comment.] Scenes shown of Iowans playing baseball by a corn field.

Hattori, James;
Smith, Harry

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