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Tuesday Morning #659130

CBS Special for Wednesday, Oct 29, 1980

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  • Live CBS news morning program, notable for its coverage and anaysis of final Reagan-Carter debate, hosted by Charles Kuralt. With reports and analysis from Dan Rather, Bill Plant, Gordon Barnes, Ray Gandolf, Tom Fenton, Jeff Greenfield, and Jane Bryant Quinn.
  • Taped footage of a debate from Ronald Reagan and President Jimmy Carter.
  • Taped footage of interviews with James Baker, Henry Kissinger, Robert Strauss, Jody Powell, Richard Allen, Representative John Anderson, and Mitchell Rogovin.

  • Reporter(s):
    Rather, Dan;
    Plant, Bill;
    Barnes, Gordon;
    Gandolf, Ray;
    Fenton, Tom;
    Greenfield, Jeff;
    Quinn, Jane Bryant

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