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1980 Census #271398

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jun 27, 1980
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(Studio) Census Bureau reported acknowledging delay in 1980 census.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(NYC) Problem in data collection at eastern Los Angeles census office examined. [Census official Helen Romero SHAW - comments.] Mayor Ed Koch's threat to sue Census Bureau if it doesn't get accurate count of such places as south Bronx in New York City and implications of low census count reported [KOCH - comments.] Difficulty in collecting information in San Francisco's Chinatown detailed. [Community worker Henry DER - notes problems faced by enumerator.] Dilemma posed by residents with no address cited. [Census Bureau director Vincent BARABBA - comments.] Criticism of Bureau outlined.
REPORTER: Bernard Goldberg (WCBS-TV newstape)

Rather, Dan

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