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Campaign 96: Super Tuesday #650368

CBS Special for Tuesday, Mar 12, 1996

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  • Live CBS coverage and analysis of the results of today's Super Tuesday Republican primaries with Dan Rather (CBS), including a live interview with Republican presidential candidate Sen. Robert Dole.
  • Analysis includes the participation of election analyst Kevin Phillips.
  • Taped segment with Phil Jones (CBS) and Dole.
  • Taped segment with Ed Bradley (CBS), Republican presidential candidates Patrick Buchanan and Steve Forbes, and Fred Barnes of "The Weekly Standard".
  • Taped segments with Eric Engberg (CBS), Dole, and Buchanan.
  • Taped segment with Bob Schieffer (CBS) and unidentified others.
  • Taped segment with Richard Threlkeld (CBS), advertising executive Jerry Della Femina, former Republican presidential candidate Lamar Alexander's media advisor Michael Murphy, and unidentified others.

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