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Campaign '92 / Bush vs. Clinton / The Wives #346779

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 09, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Washington: Mark Phillips) The role of the wives in campaign '92 featured; scenes shown of Barbara Bush and Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail. ["You Just Don't Understand" author Deborah TANNEN - cites the focus on the wives.] [On "Dateline NBC", CLINTON - comments.] [In past, CLINTON - says she could have stayed home and baked cookies.] [Patrick BUCHANAN - raps Hillary.] ["Adweek" magazine Barbara LIPPERT - compares the reality of women working and the political views of women.] Scenes of several presidents' wives shown. [Washington hairdresser Robin WEIR - talks about hair.] The wives as a generational and philosophical choice outlined.

Phillips, Mark;
Rather, Dan

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