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Campaign '92 / Bush vs. Clinton / Family Values #346502

CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 21, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Exchange between candidates President Bush and Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton about the campaign issues noted.

(White House: Susan Spencer) Position of Vice President Dan Quayle on family values and the television show "Murphy Brown" reexamined; scenes shown from Bowling Green, Kentucky. [QUAYLE - talks about traditional values.] [On August 22, BUSH - points out that the other party's platform left out G-o-d.] [Democratic consultant Geoffrey GARIN - gives the position of today's working women.] Quayle noted sending Murphy's baby a present and a handwritten note and planning to watch tonight's "Murphy Brown" season premiere with a group of single mothers. [Republican consultant Linda DiVALL - comments on the family issue.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Little Rock: Richard Threlkeld) Clinton's current campaign strategy of offending no one featured. [On the campaign trail, CLINTON - makes speeches including everyone.] ["Newsweek" senior editor Joe KLEIN - says Clinton is not talking about big things.] [Clinton campaign adviser David WILHELM - comments on the strategy of speaking about the economic plan.] [On March 13, CLINTON - campaigns on "opportunity plus responsibility."]

Rather, Dan;
Spencer, Susan;
Threlkeld, Richard

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