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Republican Presidential Candidates Debate #657756

CNN Special for Saturday, Jan 06, 1996

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  • Live CNN coverage and analysis with Bernard Shaw (CNN) and Judy Woodruff (CNN) of a debate in Columbia, South Carolina among Republican presidential candidates Alan Keyes, Morry Taylor, Sen. Richard Lugar, Republican presidential candidate Patrick Buchanan, former Governor Lamar Alexander, and Sen. Phil Gramm, moderated by David Stanton of WIS-TV.
  • Taped segment with Gene Randall (CNN), Sen. Robert Dole, Alexander, and Governor David Beasley.
  • Taped segment with Bruce Morton (CNN), Gramm, Dole, and VP Al Gore.
  • Taped segment with Wolf Blitzer (CNN).
  • Taped segment with Bill Schneider (CNN), Gramm, Buchanan, and Lugar.
  • Analysis includes the participation of David Broder of the "Washington Post" and Jack Germond of the "Baltimore Sun".

  • Reporter(s):
    Morton, Bruce;
    Randall, Gene;
    Blitzer, Wolf;
    Schneider, Bill

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