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Japan: Dawn of A New Era (Part III) #325684

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 22, 1989
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(Studio: DR; Charles Kuralt) Glamor of Tokyo, Japan, noted. Report introduced.

(Tokyo, Japan: Susan Spencer) Bus. and industry in Japan featured; details given, scenes shown. Japanese government noted encouraging people to cultivate leisure activities. [Cnslr. Takeshi SAITO - comments on situation.] Alcoholism and domestic violence noted rising in Japan. [Econ. professor Haruo SHIMADA - comments on Japanese work ethic.] Exs. given of Japanese leisure activities. [SHIMADA - says Emperor Hirohito's death has changed attitudes toward relaxation.]

(Studio: DR; Charles Kuralt) Expense of golf in Japan noted.

Spencer, Susan

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