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Morning News #659145

CBS Special for Wednesday, Feb 27, 1980

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  • CBS morning news program, notable for it's coverage of the results of the New Hampshire primaries, hosted by Bob Schieffer. With reports and analysis from Lesley Stahl, Susan Spencer, Bob Fall, Mike Lee, Ray Gandolf, Bruce Morton, Jerry Bowen, Richard Roth, Diane Sawyer, Robert Pierpoint, Bernard Kalb, Bruce Hall, Nelson Benton, Jane Bryant Quinn, and Barry Peterson.
  • Footage of interviews and statements from Ronald Reagan, George Bush, President Jimmy Carter, Rosalyn Carter, Vice-President Walter Mondale, Senator Edward Kennedy, Richard Moe, George Soule, Nancy Reagan, Bob South, and Bill Johnson.

  • Reporter(s):
    Lesley Stahl;
    Susan Spencer;
    Bob Fall;
    Mike Lee;
    Ray Gandolf;
    Bruce Morton;
    Jerry Bowen;
    Richard Roth;
    Diane Sawyer;
    Robert Pierpoint;
    Bernard Kalb;
    Bruce Hall;
    Nelson Benton;
    Jane Bryant Quinn;
    Barry Peterson

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