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Campaign '92 / Clinton / Bush / Perot #344990

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 22, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Scenes shown of Governor Bill Clinton, who told mayors today about his new economic plan, and of President Bush, who is stepping up his campaign against undeclared presidential candidate Ross Perot. First in a week-long series of reports on Perot introduced.

(Texarkana, Texas: Eric Engberg) Perot's background featured; details given; various photos and scenes shown from his past. [In 1969, PEROT - says he'd make a bad elected official.] [Author of Perot biography Todd MASON - says Perot has been captivated by the triumph of his ideas.] [Boyhood friend Mitchell YOUNG - says Perot was a tough little guy.] Perot recalled organizing a jail break for two Electronic Data Systems Corporation employees caught up in the Iranian revolution.

(Studio: Dan Rather) Tomorrow's segment on Perot previewed.

Engberg, Eric;
Rather, Dan

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