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Campaign '88 / Gephardt #561264

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 02, 1988
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Cand. Richard Gephardt featured. Report introduced.

(Atlanta, Georgia: Bob Kur) Gephardt shown campaign [GEPHARDT - campaigns.] Gephardt's television ads. shown. Michael Dukakis reported irritated by Gephardt's Populist theme. [DUKAKIS - attacks Gephardt.] Dukakis TV ad attacking Gephardt's association with Pol. Action Cmtes. (PACs) shown. Gephardt noted accepting more campaign funds from large corps. than any other Democratic candidate [GEPHARDT - defends PACs.] [Dukakis supporter Norman MANETTA - criticizes Gephardt.] Gephardt's changes on issues illustration Gephardt's critics quoted. Friend reported claiming Gephardt looks like Ron Howard, speaks like Huey "Kingfish" Long and thinks like Lyndon Johnson.

Brokaw, Tom;
Kur, Bob

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