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Monday Morning #659131

CBS Special for Monday, Nov 03, 1980

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  • Live CBS morning news program, notable for its coverage of the Iran hostage situation and upcoming Presidential election, hosted by Charles Kuralt. With reports and analysis from Jeff Greenfield, Tom Fenton, Diane Sawyer, Bill Plant, Lem Tucker, Ed Rabel, Gordon Barnes, Ray Gandolf, and Jacqueline Adams.
  • Live interview with Dorothy Limbert.
  • Taped footage of intervews and statements from Bob Hope, Ronald Reagan, Senator Edward Kennedy, Vice-President Walter Wondale, Representative John Anderson, Dorothea Morefield, Marcia Lopez, Jesse Lopez, Jose Gallegos, President Jimmy Carter, George Bush, and Gerald Ford.

  • Reporter(s):
    Greenfield, Jeff;
    Fenton, Tom;
    Sawyer, Diane;
    Plant, Bill;
    Tucker, Lem;
    Rabel, Ed;
    Barnes, Gordon;
    Gandolf, Ray;
    Adams, Jacqueline

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