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Campaign '88 / Dukakis / Massachusetts Economy #320727

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Apr 16, 1988
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Issue of Governor Michael Dukakis' role in Massachusetts economy reforms featured; details given, scenes shown. [DUKAKIS - discusses low unempl. in Massachusetts.] [MIT professor David LAMBY - comments on "Massachusetts miracle" of economy upswing.] Rel. of Massachusetts univs. and high technology companies in Massachusetts examined. [Citizens for Limited Taxation spokesperson Barbara ANDERSON - says Dukakis did the opposite of what he tells people he stands for.] [Massachusetts office of economy development spokesperson Alden RAINE - discusses Dukakis and Massachusetts economy] [ANDERSON - says state has lost manufacturing jobs.] [DUKAKIS - discusses Massachusetts economy] [RAINE - comments.] Problem of duplicating economy miracles examined. [Harvard Univ. Ronald FERGUSON - says no pol. can implement quick fix in area affected by changing world economy]

Reporter(s):
Schieffer, Bob
Duration:
00:03:00

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