ABC Evening News for Friday, Apr 03, 1992
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Today's exchange of accusations between Democratic presidential candidates Jerry Brown and Governor Bill Clinton reviewed.
(New York: Jim Wooten) Absence of the issue of American's urban needs in the Democratic campaign featured; scenes shown to illustrate the problems in New York City. [Mayor David DINKINS - lists what the city needs.] [CLINTON, BROWN - mention the problems.] Similar views of Brown and Clinton on urban America outlined on screen. [BROWN - says defense money could be used to revitalize the city.] [CLINTON, BROWN - talk about welfare issues.] Fact that more voters now live in the suburbs than in the cities mentioned.
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