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Election 80 #964377

PBS Special for Thursday, Sep 18, 1980

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Panel discussion between hosts John Seigenthaler and Sam Bartholomew focusing on the 1980 Presidential campaign, the Iran hostage crisis, John Anderson's campaign, and the newly formed Moral Majority by Jerry Falwell.

Statements by President Carter, Secretary of State Edmund Muskie, John Anderson, Patrick Lucey, Jerry Falwell, and Dr. Bob Billings. Ronald Reagan shown singing "America the Beautiful" in response to hecklers.

Interviews of Roger Hoover, Anderson's campaign manage for Tennessee, and Rev. Al Henson of Lighthouse Baptist Church and Christian Voice of Tennessee, Dr. Liston O. Mills Vanderbilt Divinity School.

{NOTE: tape damage 7:11:50-7:12:00 and 7:25:50}

Seigenthaler, John;
Bartholomew, Sam

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