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Campaign '88 / Iowa / Gephardt #559008

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 31, 1988
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(Studio: John Hart) Endorsement by "Des Moines Register" of president cands. Senator Paul Simon and Senator Robert Dole reported; Vice President George Bush reported doing well in S., accord to Roper poll. Report introduced.

(Iowa: Tom Pettit) Representative Richard Gephardt's campaign in Iowa featured; details given, scenes shown. [GEPHARDT - attacks "Des Moines Register".] Change in Gephardt's campaign strategy noted. [Gephardt Iowa campaign manager Steve MURPHY - discusses Gephardt's trade policy approach.] [GEPHARDT - campaigns. on foreign trade issue and for defeat of Contra aid.] television ad shown. Gephardt's rivalry with Simon and Governor Michael Dukakis noted.

Hart, John;
Pettit, Tom

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