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Campaign '92: National Town Meeting #650345

CBS Special for Tuesday, Jun 02, 1992

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  • Results and analysis by Dan Rather (CBS), Bob Schieffer (CBS), Richard Threlkeld (CBS), and Susan Spencer (CBS) of presidential and congressional primaries in New Jersey, Alabama, Ohio, Montana, New Mexico, and California, including the participation of political analyst Kevin Phillips and "Newsweek" Senior Editor Joe Klein.
  • Democratic presidential candidate Governor Bill Clinton's live responses to telephone callers' and CBS reporters' questions.
  • An interview taped earlier this evening with independent presidential candidate H. Ross Perot.
  • A live interview with Democratic presidential candidate Jerry Brown.

  • Reporter(s):
    Schieffer, Bob;
    Threlkeld, Richard;
    Spencer, Susan
    Duration:
    01:30:30

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