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(Studio: Dan Rather) Series on Reagan president introd.
(DC: Bob Schieffer) Materialism of 1980's featured; scenes shown from Madonna's "Material Girl" video. President Reagan's 1984 campaign advertisement shown. [Ad. executive Jerry DELLA FEMINA - says mood has changed.] [Psychologist Charles GARFIELD - comments on return to values.] October 19's Black Monday recalled; details given, scenes shown. [DELLA FEMINA - comments on Black Monday] Insider trading and mergers reported promoting uncertainty and distrustfulness among employees. [Attorney Lois BOYD - comments on leaving job to work in church.] [GARFIELD - says more people seek nurturing within family, not office] AIDS fear noted promoting more marriages and fewer singles bars. [Rabbi Jeffrey WOHLBERG - comments on return to religion values.] Jewish organization to feed poor called Mazon discussed. [Producer John LEVY - comments on working in soup kitchen.] [Mazon spokesperson Irving CRAMER - comments on changing attitudes.]
- Rather, Dan;
- Schieffer, Bob
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