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Economy / Reagan Administration #275293

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 01, 1981
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(Studio) President Reagan said expected to address nation with regard to federal budget and economy on Thursday White House aide James Baker quoted with regard to current state of United States economy
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(DC) [NBC "Meet The Press", House Budget Committee Chairperson James JONES and Representative Jack KEMP - disagree with regard to whether tax cuts or budget cuts should come first.] [ABC "Issues and Answers", Federal Reserve Bd. Chairperson Paul VOLCKER - criticizes Reagan administration hopes that tax cuts will be invested in business.] [CBS "Face the Nation", White House Chief of Staff James BAKER - says budget cuts will be substantial.] Reagan administration intention with regard to tax cuts and federal spending cuts given.
REPORTER: George Herman

Dean, Morton;
Herman, George

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