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Campaign '92 / Women / Brown, Ferraro, Guerrero Interview #345357

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 14, 1992
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(Madison Square Garden: Dan Rather) Issues that are bringing women to the forefront of campaign '92 featured; details given; scenes shown of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas' Senate confirmation hearings. [During Democratic national convention speech, former Congresswoman Barbara JORDAN - says horizon of gender equity is limitless.] Record number of women running for Congress noted; examples given. Interview held with treasurer of California Kathleen Brown, former vice presidential candidate and current Senate candidate Geraldine Ferraro, and Texas railroad commissioner Lena Guerrero. [FERRARO - says people are looking at positive aspects women bring to a campaign; comments on how long it will be until there is a woman presidential nominee.] [BROWN - says women have lives separate from politics that drive their political passions.] [GUERRERO - says women aren't afraid of coalition-building and compromise.]

Rather, Dan

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