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(Studio) Ronald Reagan's call for tax cut compared to that of Carter administration
REPORTER: Tom Jarriel
(Los Angeles, California) Reagan's tax cut proposal outlined. [REAGAN - comments.] Specifics of his proposal discussed. [REAGAN - comments.] His assumption of support on issue by major Republican leaders noted.
REPORTER: Ken Kashiwahara
(DC) Endorsement of Reagan's proposal by Capitol Hill Republicans examined. [Senator Robert DOLE - comments.] Group's plans to push tax cut in Congress outlined; likelihood that Carter administration and Democrats will speed up own efforts to get tax cut considered.
REPORTER: Brit Hume
(Studio) Ted Kennedy's reaction to Democratic platform and planned convention fight reported.
REPORTER: Max Robinson
(NYC) Kennedy's criticism of work of Carter-dominated platform committee detailed; Ronald Reagan mentioned. [KENNEDY - comments.] Discord in Democratic party said apparently continuing; details given.
REPORTER: Catherine Mackin
- Hume, Brit;
- Jarriel, Tom;
- Kashiwahara, Ken;
- Mackin, Catherine;
- Robinson, Max
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