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Economy: Deficit / Campaign '88 / Taxes #318408

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 11, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Federal budget deficit projections illustration; Reagan administration econs. mentioned. Report introduced. (DC: Ray Brady) [Vice President George BUSH - promises not to raise taxes.] [Michael DUKAKIS - says he hopes to avoid raising taxes.] [Democrat economy Charles SCHULTZE and Wall Street analyst David JONES - say taxation must occur.] Budget outlined on screen. [American Enterprise Institution spokesperson John MAKIN - says taxes don't have to be raised.] Soc. program funding noted already cut. [Econ. Lawrence CHIMERINE - comments on situation.] [DUKAKIS - says collect overdue taxes.] [SCHULTZE - comments.] Dukakis' tax record as gov. of Massachusetts discussed. [Massachusetts Taxpayers Fndn. spokesperson Richard MANLEY - comments on Dukakis.] President Reagan noted presiding over tax reform; details given.

Brady, Ray;
Rather, Dan

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