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Campaign 2102 / Economy #1000334

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Aug 21, 2011
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) Report introduced.

(Washington: Whit Johnson) The economic issues in the political campaign reviewed; scenes shown of the Republican presidential candidates. [Moody's Analytics economist Mark ZANDI†- comments.] [President OBAMA - talks about decisions and jobs.] [Texas Governor Rick PERRY - campaigns.] [Representative Michele BACHMANN - promises two-dollar gas.] [Jon HUNTSMAN - responds.] [On Fox, former White House advisor Karl ROVE - talks about former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's schedule.]

(Studio: Russ Mitchell; Washington: John Dickerson) The importance of Obama's September speech on the economy, his need for results on the economy, the lack of specific economic plans from Republicans and how Perry is the anti-Obama on the campaign trail discussed.

Reporter(s):
Mitchell, Russ;
Johnson, Whit;
Dickerson, John
Duration:
00:03:40

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