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American Agenda (Politics: Candidates and The Deficit) #143477

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 17, 1992
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(Charlotte, North Carolina: Peter Jennings) Statistics given on the burden of the federal deficit.

(Washington: Beth Nissen) What President Bush and Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton say they will do about the budget deficit examined. [Responsible Budget Committee Carol Cox WAIT, BUSH, CLINTON, economist Alice RIVLIN - talk about the budget.] Need to raise taxes or cut spending noted to be the only ways to bring down the deficit. Candidates' plans on taxes, spending and stimulating the economy outlined. [BUSH, CLINTON - comment on economic issues.] [Economist Rudolph PENNER - comments.]

Jennings, Peter;
Nissen, Beth

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