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Media and the 1984 Presidential Campaign #905350

PBS Special for Sunday, Feb 02, 1986

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Conference discussion session on media coverage of Ronald Reagan and Walter Mondale's 1984 presidential campaigns. Facilitated by John Callaway.

Participants included Newton Minow, Former FCC Chairman; Richard Ayre, BBC News; Susan Morrison, CBS News; Dorothy Ridings, League of Women Voters; Maxine Isaacs, Mondale-Ferraro Campaign; Timothy Russert, NBC News; Barry Karl, University of Chicago; Michael Robinson, Media Analysis Project; William Daley, Mondale-Ferraro Campaign; Edward Murnane, Illinois Reagan-Bush Campaign; George Watson, ABC News; Lee Atwater, Reagan-Bush Campaign; Martin Plissner, CBS News; Ken Bode, NBC News.

Callaway, John

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