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Trouble On The Land (Part III, Contd.) #308496

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 26, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(No location given: Frank Currier) Farm crisis examined as illustrated by different experiences of Cedric and Marilyn Winterbore and those of Kathy and Marlin Langner. [Cedric WINTERBORE - notes their closeness as family.] [Marlin and Kathy LANGNER - note destruction of their ideals.] Circumstances surrounding each family's situation outlined. [WINTERBORE - attributes his success to luck.] [The LANGNERS - discuss their life.] [Langner SON - fears parents' future.] [Marilyn WINTERBORE - acknowledges inability to empathize with failing farmers.] [Kathy LANGNER - notes her dream is dying.]

Currier, Frank;
Rather, Dan

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