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(Studio: Tony Harris) Report introduced.
(Columbia, South Carolina: Suzanne Malveaux) Earlier interview held with Senator Barack Obama after his big win in South Carolina’s Democratic primary. [OBAMA – comments on the issue of race in the campaign and being endorsed by Senator Edward Kennedy; talks about the campaign strategy of Senator Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton; reacts to the Congressional economic stimulus plan; describes what he would say about the state of the union.]
(Studio: Tony Harris) Earlier interview held with Representative James Clyburn about Kennedy’s endorsement of Obama and the results of the South Carolina primary. [CLYBURN – reviews the primary results; cites statistics; comments on the race issue; talks about the outlook for Obama’s campaign; notes the campaign managers for Obama and Clinton were African Americans.] The vote for Obama from South Carolina’s oldest voter, 104-year-old Annie Mae Rosemond, noted; scenes shown from Greenville.
- Harris, Tony;
- Malveaux, Suzanne
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