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Looking Ahead: 1988 #318279

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jan 03, 1988
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(Studio: Susan Spencer; London, England: Tom Fenton; NYC: Ray Brady; DC: Bruce Morton; DC: Eric Engberg) Discussion of prospects for 1988 featured. USSR economy, intl. economy and president election mentioned. Prospects for campaign '88 detailed. Econ. slowdown predicted. Prospects of President Reagan's lame-duck presidency outlined; deadlocking of Congress noted. American foreign policies with regard to Middle East, Persian Gulf noted; issue of Mikhail Gorbachev's economy reforms in USSR detailed. Gorbachev's appeal to United States reviewed. Pivotal issues for upcoming pres. campaign discussed. For. concerns with regard to United States economy detailed.

Spencer, Susan;
Fenton, Tom;
Brady, Ray;
Morton, Bruce;
Engberg, Eric

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