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American Agenda (Campaign '92: Crime Issue: Drugs) (Part II) #138215

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 28, 1992
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(No location given: Beth Nissen) Positions of presidential candidates President Bush and Democrat Bill Clinton on the war on drugs compared; police video scenes shown of drug dealing and drug use. [January 20, 1989, BUSH - opposes drugs.] [Drug policy analyst Mathea FALCO - says the war is not working.] The ongoing problem of hard-core drug addicts in urban areas noted. [Former police commissioner Lee BROWN - says we are not winning the war in the cities.] [CLINTON - comments.] Clinton's emphasis on treatment and prevention programs while governor of Arkansas noted. The issue of drug education noted. [FALCO - points out that many anti-drug programs being marketed do not work.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Tomorrow's segment previewed.

Jennings, Peter;
Nissen, Beth

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