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Frontline: The Choice '92 #656496

PBS Special for Wednesday, Oct 21, 1992

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Profiles of the childhoods and political careers of George Bush and Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton with excerpts of statements by Bush, Clinton, Bush's brother Jonathan, Bush family friends John and Susan Overbey, Lud Ashley, and Spike and Betsy Hemminway, "Newsweek" Editor Evan Thomas, Bush classmate Nelson Jesup, former Bush teacher Hart Leavitt, World War II veterans Jack Guy and Lou Grab, Clinton's mother Virginia Kelley, Clinton cousin Dale Drake, "Arkansas Gazette" Editor Ernest Dumas, Clinton friend Carolyn Staley, Bush's 1964 Campaign Manager Martin Allday, former Bush babysitter Otha Taylor, Reverend John Stevens, former Reagan Campaign Manager John Sears, former Bush Press Secretary Pete Roussel, former Sen. William Fulbright aide Lee Williams, economist Robert Reich, Clinton classmate Cliff Jackson, former Sen. Sam Ervin, then President Gerald Ford, former CIA Deputy Director Dan Murphy, "Arkansas Times" Editor Max Brantley, former Arkansas Governor Frank White, Rep. Lloyd George, former Clinton aide Stephen Smith, former Arkansas state legislator David Matthews, former Clinton Chief of Staff Rudy Moore, Texas Governor Ann Richards, "Newsweek" correspondent Ann McDaniel, "Time" correspondent Dan Goodgame, "Newsweek" Editor Evan Thomas, former Dukakis Campaign Manager Susan Estrich, former Clinton Chief of Staff Betsey Wright, Hillary Clinton, "Arkansas Democrat-Gazette" Editor Paul Greenberg, Secretary of Defense Richard Cheney, Pine Bluff (Arkansas) community organizer Rommie Sauls, environmentalist Skip Halterman, Los Angeles (California) resident Dereke Carr, Andrea Ford of the "Los Angeles Times", Robert Woodson of the National Center for Neighborhood Enterprise, and others.


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