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Campaign '88 / Bush vs. Dukakis / Ohio Economy #112982

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 02, 1988
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Econ.-empl. factors in election campaign noted; details given from vacant White Motor Corporation building Report introduced.

(Youngstown, Ohio: Richard Threlkeld) Econ. conds. in Midwestern "Rust Belt" states featured; details given of shift from manufacturing to service jobs in Ohio, scenes shown. [PEOPLE - say cands. are not interested in working class people.] [Governor Michael DUKAKIS, Vice President George BUSH - campaign on economy issues.] Econ. programs of both cands. outlined on screen. [Urban Institution economy Isabel SAWHILL - says neither Bush nor Dukakis have been specific about budget deficit.] [Youngstown State Univ. professor Anthony STOCKS - says people are bitter about economy situation.] [Worker Mike KEARSEY - comments on economy and cands.' promises.]

Jennings, Peter;
Threlkeld, Richard

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