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Unemployment #284082

CBS Evening News for Friday, May 07, 1982
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(Studio) April unemployment reported; figs. graphed on screen since February Democrat criticism of President Reagan's economy policies outlined; President's response quoted. Breakdown of unemployment rate noted.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(NYC) Unemployment rate noted highest since 1941; implications of April figs. examined in detail. [Economist Edward YARDENI - analyzes recession.] Unemployment among wholesale and retail trades noted. [YARDENI - anticipates higher unemployment rate this summer.] Impact of students on job market cited.
REPORTER: Ray Brady

(Studio) House Democrat's proposed solution to unemployment situation discussed.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

Reporter(s):
Brady, Ray;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:04:10

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