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Nightline #647216

ABC Special for Tuesday, Feb 25, 1992

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  • Live discussion re: negative political campaign advertising with Ted Koppel (ABC), Republican political consultant Lyn Nofziger, and Clinton media advisor Frank Greer.
  • Taped segment with John Martin (ABC), George Bush, Dukakis 1988 campaign manager Susan Estrich, Bill Clinton campaign consultant James Carville, Clinton, Reagan campaign official Ed Rollins, former Sen. Gary Hart, Nixon campaign manager Bob Finch, political scientist Sam Hopkins, and excerpts of several campaign ads.
  • A Bush campaign ad featuring retired US Marine Corps Commandant General P.X. Kelley.
  • Results and discussion re: the South Dakota Democratic and Republican primaries with Koppel and Jeff Greenfield (ABC).

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