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Eye On America ( Campaign '92 / Clinton) #344271

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 12, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Memphis: Bob McNamara) Role of Hillary Clinton in her husband Governor Bill Clinton's presidential campaign and the overall issue of the role of women featured. [On talk radio show, disc JOCKEY, two LISTENERS - discuss Hillary Clinton.] [Hillary CLINTON - makes speech; says she could have stayed home and baked cookies.] [Homemaker Charlotte ROGASH - expresses disappointment with Hillary Clinton.] [Syndicated columnist Rita Grimsley JOHNSON - expresses surprise at response to Hillary Clinton.] Excerpt shown of 1950's television show "Leave it to Beaver". ["Backlash" author Susan FALUDI - says Hillary Clinton is a feminist model.] [Attorney Marlo WILLIAMS - says Hillary Clinton exemplifies a break from the past.] [Homemaker Kelly ZARGO - comments on Hillary Clinton's attitude toward homemakers.]

McNamara, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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