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Across A Generation (Politics) Part V #163381

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 06, 1996
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Portland, OR: Anderson Cooper) The view of politics held by the generation in their twenties examined; the story of 28-year-old Erik Sten, who is involved in the political process, presented; scenes shown from Portland, OR, where he has held office for six years. [STEN - laments the time spent campaigning.] [Eligible voter/freelance journalist Justin KERR - explains why he refuses to be part of the process.] [In roundtable discussion, Justin's FRIENDS - talk about politics.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Simpson, Carole

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