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Decision '88: Analysis of Bentsen-Quayle Debate #897225

NBC Special for Wednesday, Oct 05, 1988

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  • Live NBC news coverage of the Vice-Presidential debate between Senators Lloyd Bentsen and Dan Quayle, hosted by Tom Brokaw. With reports and analysis from John Chancellor, Ken Bode, and Andrea Mitchell.
  • NOTE: contains post-debate coverage only - no actual footage of debate.
  • Live footage of interviews with Senator Robert Packwood, Representative Dennis Eckart, Geraldine Ferraro, and John Connally.
  • Taped footage of interviews with Representative Richard Gephardt, Senator Pete Domenici, Susan Estrich, and Lee Atwater.
  • Taped footage of statements from the debate from Senators Dan Quayle and Lloyd Bentsen.
  • Reporter(s):
    Chancellor, John;
    Bode, Ken;
    Mitchell, Andrea

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