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Reaganomics #281583

CBS Evening News for Monday, Dec 13, 1982
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(DC) Course of President Reagan's economy policies since taking office examined. [Feb. 5., 1981, REAGAN - thinks economy is worst since Great Depression.] [Chief of staff James BAKER - thinks economy program is still viable.] [1980, REAGAN - thinks federal budget is out of control.] Budget deficit since 1981 and that forecast for 1984 listed on screen; prediction of OMB dir. David Stockman noted. [BAKER - explains administration's plan.] [Gerald Ford budget director James LYNN - notes amount government will need to borrow daily if deficit hits anticipated mark.] President's stance on budget cuts, tax hikes and defense spending outlined on screen. [Carter budget director James McINTYRE - criticizes Reagan's approach.] Major areas of federal budget graphed on screen. [McINTYRE - comments.] [BAKER - is worried about deficit.]
REPORTER: Bill Plante

Reporter(s):
Plante, Bill;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:03:20

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