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Decision 1984 / Connecticut, New York Primaries #536168

NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 26, 1984
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(Studio) Gary Hart and Walter Mondale, in preparation for upcoming Connecticut and New York primaries, reported focusing on Central American policy.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(NYC) Mondale's denial of Hart's comparison of his Central American policy with that of President Reagan examined. [MONDALE - accuses Hart's policies of weakness; offers confusing statements on issue of United States troops in Honduras.] His later vagueness on same issue outlined.
REPORTER: Lisa Myers

(Hartford, Connecticut) Hart's criticism of Mondale's willingness to keep United States troops in Central America noted. [HART - anticipates large loss of United States lives in that region.] Hart's new television commercial emphasizing that concept shown; his stance on United States military presence in Central America mentioned. [HART - believes lessons must be learned from Vietnam.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Kur, Bob;
Myers, Lisa

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