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CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 29, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Dallas, Texas) Success as a goal in 1980s United States examined. [Barron THOMAS - considers Aristotle Onassis his hero; explains his goal for life.] [SMU spokesperson John WELSH - describes students' enthusiasm in entrepreneurship class.] [STUDENT - explains.] [THOMAS - rationalizes dropping out of school.] [Julie BRICE - notes goal for her yogurt company] [Srully BLOTNICK - explains psychological effect of not striking it rich.] Julie and Bill Brice's success as well as that of Chip Fitchner described. [FITCHNER - considers his youthful success.] Fitchner mentioned purchasing Greer Garson's house ; economy importance to nation of rise of entrepreneur considered.

Brady, Ray;
Rather, Dan

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