NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 11, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) The religious revival in presidential politics featured. [At University of Notre Dame, Democratic presidential candidate Bill CLINTON - says America does not need a religious war.] [At the Republican convention, former Republican presidential candidate Patrick BUCHANAN - says in the religious war, Clinton is on the other side.] [On August 21, President BUSH - says the Democratic platform left out g-o- d.] National Council of Churches of Christ in the USA reported writing Bush that his partisan use of God was blasphemy. [National Council of Churches Reverend Joan CAMPBELL - comments.] [On February 16, Christian Coalition Pat ROBERTSON - says family values start with faith in God.] Republican strategists' concern that there will be a backlash against Bush because of the religious right noted.