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Nightline #646609

ABC Special for Friday, Nov 02, 1990

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Broadcast of segments profiling North Carolina Senatorial campaign and OK Congressional campaign with Ted Koppel (ABC), Jeff Greenfield (ABC), excerpts of statements by North Carolina candidates for US Senate Harvey Gantt and Sen. Jesse Helms, Professor Merle Black, "Dunn Daily Record" retired publisher Hoover Adams, Professor Larry Sabato, Professor Thad Beyle, Dave Marash (ABC), excerpts of statements by OK candidates for US House of Representatives Rep. James Inhofe and Kurt Glassco, Inhofe campaign manager Bill Wiseman, KTUL-TV reporter Scott Gordon, L.D. Barney of the "Tulsa Tribune", Rob Martindale of the "Tulsa World", and unidentified others; taped excerpts of interviews by unidentified Iraqi interviewer with unidentified hostages held in Iraq.

Duration:
00:30:00

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