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Focus (Politics: Presidential Candidacy) #603350

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Nov 11, 1995
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: Gwen Ifill) An examination of the presidential campaign in light of the refusal of former Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Colin Powell to run in '96 presented. [Former President Jimmy CARTER, 1988 candidate Jack KEMP - list the difficulties of running for the presidency.] The list of people who have declined to run in '96 named. [1992 candidate Paul TSONGAS - defends the system.] Statistics comparing the Democrats running for '92 and the Republicans running for '96 compared. [Political analyst Charles COOK - calls it a destructive process.] [New Hampshire Republican executive director Charles ARLINGHAUS - comments on the nation's demands.]

Ifill, Gwen;
Williams, Brian

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