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American Profile (Part IV) #322233

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 13, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Series on Reagan's president introd.

(NYC: Eric Engberg) Retirees Marshall and B.J. Stone featured. [B.J. STONE - comments on retirement.] [Harlem resident Vivian DOBBINS - comments on fears of crime and poverty.] [AARP spokesperson Frank FREELAN - comments on elderly in campaign '88.] Costs of caring for elderly discussed. [Marshall STONE - comments on Social Security benefits.] [DOBBINS - comments on crime.] [FREELAN - comments on elderly care.] Elderly vote noted important [STONE - comments on deficit.] [B.J. STONE - says won't give up Social Security] [Ex-House Budget Committee chairperson Jim JONES - comments on deficit and elderly costs.]

Engberg, Eric;
Rather, Dan

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