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Tweeners #114172

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 03, 1988
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(NYC: Bill O'Reilly) Explanation of term "tweener," an individual living between 2 social classes, featured; details given, scenes shown. [Psychologist Dr. William REICH - says tweeners have trouble fitting socially.] Case of Eileen Whooley, woman of blue-collar upbringing who now works with upper class execs., detailed. [WHOOLEY - says tries to keep upper class from finding out she is just simple.] ["Newsweek" staffer Sylvester MONROE - explains having to act like "them."] [Sportscaster Mike LYNCH - explains being young golf caddy for people who now want to be friends.] Problems "tweeners" face when leaving old neighborhood detailed. [LYNCH, MONROE - explain resentments.] Benefits of being "tweeners" noted. [MONROE - explains perspective.]

Reporter(s):
Jennings, Peter;
O'Reilly, Bill
Duration:
00:03:40

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