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Decision '84: Democratic Primary Results and USSR Olympic Boycott #659533

NBC Special for Tuesday, May 08, 1984

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  • Live NBC news coverage of the results of the evening's Democratic Presidential primaries, as well as news on the Soviet boycott of the 1984 Olympics, hosted by Tom Brokaw. With reports and analysis from John Chancellor, Fred Francis, Bob Abernethy, Steve Mallory, and George Lewis.
  • Taped footage of interviews with Lloyd Cutler, Senators Charles Percy, Christopher Dodd, and Alan Cranston, Representative Mel Levine, William Simon, Evelyn Ashford, Peter Vidmar, and Carl Lewis.
  • Taped footage of statements from Senator Gary Hart, Walter Mondale, John Hughes, and Representative Robert Matsui.
  • Reporter(s):
    Chancellor, John;
    Francis, Fred;
    Abernethy, Bob;
    Mallory, Steve;
    Lewis, George

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