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Campaign `80 / Republican Coin. #66473

ABC Evening News for Friday, Jul 11, 1980
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(Studio) Delegates' response to merchandise being hawked for convention noted. [SALESMAN - comments.] Amt. to be spent by delegates and news media during convention mentioned.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Detroit, Michigan) "Children's Express" news service, whose reporters are all under 13 years of age, featured; background to project outlined. "Express" items said appearing in "New York Times" and their impressions of Clop convention said being carried by UPI. [MAN - briefs reporters on Senator Robert Dole.] [DOLE - answers questions with regard to vice president, Iran crisis, USSR invasion of Afghanistan, Ronald Reagan's leadership ability.] Questions "Express" reporters ask seasoned journalists noted. [RUDD - answers questions.] [Ben JORGENSON, Justin GREENE, Paul EISENBERG - comment on being reporters]
REPORTER: Hughes Rudd

Robinson, Max;
Rudd, Hughes

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