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Decision 1984 / Mondale and Vice President, Jackson #538438

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 04, 1984
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(Studio) Walter Mondale reported interviewing Henry Cisneros as possible running mate; details given.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Greenville, SC) Jesse Jackson's return to childhood home for July 4th and his recollections of life under segregation examined; films shown. [JACKSON - recalls attitude toward blacks then.] [high school counselor Alberta GRIMES - remembers Jackson's ambition.] [School friend Samuel MILLER - believes segregation motivated Jackson's ambitions.] [JACKSON - discusses psychological impact of segregation, library's refusal to admit him due to color.] [Helen JACKSON - recalls son's warning her of probable jail for civil rights activities.]
REPORTER: Kenley Jones

Brokaw, Tom;
Jones, Kenley

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