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In Depth (Presidential Politics / South Carolina) #611145

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 29, 1996
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Reports introduced.

(Columbia, SC: Lisa Myers) The Republican presidential campaign in South Carolina presented; scenes shown from the ugly debate between the top four candidates. [In Columbia, SC, Lamar ALEXANDER, Pat BUCHANAN, Senator Bob DOLE, Steve FORBES - attack each other and bicker.] [BUCHANAN - attempts to appeal to the Southerners.]

(Greer, SC: Mike Boettcher) South Carolina's major new investments by foreign-owned companies, job base and booming economy outlined; scenes shown from the BMW auto plant in Greer, SC. [Taxi driver Bobby FOWLER - comments on the old South versus the new South.] [BMW employee Ryan CHILDER - says it is free enterprise.] [Ben's Safety Shoes William BRACY - comments on the economic spin-off to his business from BMW.] [Textile WORKER, Delta plant manager Bob PHILLIPS - comment.]

Boettcher, Mike;
Brokaw, Tom;
Myers, Lisa

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