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American Agenda (Religion: Business and The Bible) #162362

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 05, 1995
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(No location given: Peggy Wehmeyer) The religious role being taken by some American business leaders examined; examples cited. [Ohio manufacturer John BECKETT - talks about the will of God and his company workers.] [Plant supervisor Chuck VISOCKY - talks about home and work.] [Boston University professor of business ethics Laura NASH - says business leaders can mix faith and profit-making.] Various spiritual support groups for business people shown. [Companies for Christ vice president Doug HUNTER - comments.] [BECKETT - describes his bottom line.]

Jennings, Peter;
Wehmeyer, Peggy

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