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Puerto Rican Emigrants #255491

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 14, 1978
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(Studio) Reverse Puerto Rican migration in United States noted. Return to Puerto Rico by immigrants reported.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(San Juan, Puerto Rico) June 4, 1978 film of New York City Puerto Rican Day parade shown. Econ. pressures to return to Puerto Rico stated. Figs. on emigration from United States to Puerto Rico given. Films shown; 1977 television commercial for Puerto Rico played. Unemployment figs. of those returning to Puerto Rico noted. [Michael LLAUGER - talks about job-hunting in Puerto Rico.] Faltering economy growth in Puerto Rico noted; details given. Emigrants noted as called "neo-Ricans." [LLAUGER - comments on salaries and cost of living in Puerto Rico.] [Raymond RODRIGUEZ - talks about unemployment.] Necessity of spking. Spanish noted; film shown. [Angel ROSARIO - comments on spking. Spanish.] Prejudice against neo-Ricans examined; film shown.
REPORTER: Ed Rabel (WCBS-TV newsfilm)

Reporter(s):
Mudd, Roger
Duration:
00:03:30

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