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Election 80 #904635

PBS Special for Thursday, Nov 06, 1980

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Panel discussion between John Seigenthaler and Sam Bartholomew focusing on the Presidential and Congressional elections of 1980 and the effects that the elections will have on the country. The discussion also focused on the results of the election in Tennessee, in particular the passing of a referendum recquiring the election of school board officials in metropolitan Nashville.

President Ronald Reagan, Former President Jimmy Carter, John Anderson, Senator Howard Baker, Paul Weyrich, Terry Dolan, Frank Church, Steven Symms, George McGovern, James Abdnor, John C. Culver, Charles Grassley, John A. Durkin, Warren Rudman, Birch Bahy, Dan Quayle, Elizabeth Holtzman, Alfonse D'Amato, Jacob Javitz, Warren Magnuson, Slade Gorton, Herman Talmadge, Mack Mattingly, Bill Boner, Mike Adams.

Reporter(s):
Seigenthaler, John;
Bartholomew, Sam
Duration:
00:28:30

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