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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer
(DC) University of Minnesota reported reacting to proposed cuts in student loans and grants. [University of Oregon student Kathleen FOX - explains effect of cuts on her study.] [Columbia Univ. spokesperson Robert COOPER - notes devastating effect of cuts.] Projected cuts outlined on screen. [Budget director David STOCKMAN - notes need to eliminate assistance to middle and upper income students.] [Edward Secretary Terrel BELL - claims necessary support program will remain.] Probable effect of cuts on Columbia Univ. noted. [Student Martin GEARY - notes aid received by David Stockman.] [University of Oregon Ed VIGNOLD - says other sources of student help have dried up.] [Univ. Minnesota pres. Don. McGRAW (ed.: C. Peter MAGRATH) - comments on being able afford higher education.] Origin of student loans under President Dwight D. Eisenhower recalled. [Representative Paul SIMON - hopes to stop Reagan.] Films shown.
REPORTER: Jacqueline Adams
- Adams, Jacqueline;
- Schieffer, Bob
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