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Taking Stock (The Economy) Part II #169815

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 16, 1997
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(Studio: Lisa McRee) ABC News/"Money" poll findings on Americans' view of the economy outlined on screen.

(Denver: Tom Foreman) The plight of Americans who feel left out of the economy because they lack high-tech skills featured; scenes shown of Denver trade school students in auto shop. [Automotive instructor Rick NUANES, Career Education Center Tom STEVENS - talk about the need for training.]

(Studio: Lisa McRee) Report introduced.

(Dallas: Dean Reynolds) Americans who are just getting by in the apparently booming economy featured; scenes shown. [Home Depot store assistant manager Jim McCRANIE, two-job worker Mike JACKSON - comment on their incomes.]

(Studio: Lisa McRee) ABC News/"Money" poll findings on Americans' view of the economy outlined on screen.

(New York: JuJu Chang) The gender gap in the economy examined; scenes shown from Grace's Marketplace. [Working couple RUSTY and MARIA - talk money.]

(Studio: Lisa McRee) Tomorrow's segment previewed.

Chang, JuJu;
Foreman, Tom;
McRee, Lisa;
Reynolds, Dean

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