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American Agenda (Drugs: Young Cocaine Dealers) #123562

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 01, 1989
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Govt. study on rising addiction to cocaine noted. Report introduced

(NYC: Beth Nissen) Report on those addicted to selling cocaine featured; scenes shown from New York City streets; details given of life of one drug dealer. ["REALITY" - talks about making money selling cocaine on the streets.] [Sociologist Dr. Erol RICKETTS, Terry WILLIAMS, social psychologist Dr. Paul BROUNSTEIN - discuss why kids get into selling cocaine.] ["REALITY" - explains why he won't work in fast food place and how much he can make selling drugs; expresses concern about "staying in the game too long."]

Jennings, Peter;
Nissen, Beth

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