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Campaign `80 / Debate / Reagan-Carter Interview / Anderson #507497

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 21, 1980
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(Studio) Carter and Reagan negotiators reported reaching agreement on debate between their respective cands.; League of Women Voters said announcing debate in Cleveland, Ohio, next Tuesday Details given. President's position on tax cuts explained. [REAGAN, CARTER - discuss tax cut proposals.] John Anderson said broadcasting 1st television ads since last spring.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(No location given) Anderson's commercials shown, discussed; his media consultant David Garth's past political successes recalled. [GARTH - discusses Reagan, Carter, ERA, Moral Majority, MX missile, debate.] Problems faced by Anderson noted.
REPORTER: Linda Ellerbee

(Studio) Reagan said arranging for television commercials featuring his wife Nancy and Betty Ford; Eugene McCarthy's possible endorsement of Reagan announced. Carter's remarks about Reagan quoted.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Chancellor, John;
Ellerbee, Linda

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