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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Campaigning by President Clinton in New Hampshire featured; scenes shown of him shaking hands with adults and school kids.
(Washington: Lisa Myers) Presidential candidate Steve Forbes profiled; Forbes' Tv ads shown and his background and stance on issues other that the flat tax featured. [FORBES - politicks.] [National Right to Life Committee Maureen MALLOY - says they can't back Forbes.] [Senator Russell FEINGOLD - says Forbes abused his only government job.]
(Studio: David Bloom) Forbes' negative Tv ad blitz in Iowa examined. [Drake University Prof. Hugh WINEBRENNER - comments on Forbes.] [Craig DORMAN - says ad hungry politicians have driven ad prices up.] Political commercial spending detailed.
- Bloom, David;
- Brokaw, Tom;
- Myers, Lisa
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