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Peter Jennings Reporting: Who Is Ross Perot? #647310

ABC Special for Monday, Jun 29, 1992

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A profile of independent presidential candidate H. Ross Perot with Peter Jennings (ABC), Democratic presidential candidate Governor Bill Clinton, VP Dan Quayle, H. Ross Perot, Jr, former Ft. Worth (Texas) Mayor Robert Bolen, former Ft. Worth (Texas) Councilmen Garey Gilley and Steve Murrin, former FAA official Gene Faulkner, Ft. Worth (Texas) Councilman David Chappell, acting FAA Administrator Barry Harris, biographer Todd Mason, Rep. Stephen Solarz, former CIA Deputy Director Bobby Inman, author Ken Follett, former Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North, former Rep. Barbara Jordan, Larry Ascough of the Dallas (Texas) Independent School District, former Texas Teachers Association President Dale Young, Dallas (Texas) school teacher Martha Lee, Eddie Joseph of the Texas High School Coaches Association, Perot Campaign Chairman Tom Luce, Texas State Sen. John Leedom, journalist Jerome Levine, auto industry analyst Mary Ann Keller, Texas UAW official David Perdue, "Automotive News" Publisher Keith Crain, former General Motors board member Howard Kehrl, former EDS President Mort Myerson, "The New Republic" Editor Sidney Blumenthal, former Secretary of State Alexander Haig, former Texas Governor John Connally, "Dallas Observer" Editor Peter Elkind, excerpts of statements by Perot, and unidentified others.

Reporter(s):
Jennings, Peter (ABC);
Martin, John (ABC);
McWethy, John (ABC);
Roberts, Cokie (ABC);
Greenfield, Jeff (ABC)
Duration:
00:59:00

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