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Bush Administration / American Family #325883

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Feb 09, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) CBS News poll results given with regard to expectations of Bush administration Report introduced.

(Lancaster, Ohio: Eric Engberg) Changing nature of American family featured; poll results illustration [Econ. Robert REISCHAUER - says most families need both spouses to work.] Exs. of American families in Lancaster, Ohio, given; Susan and Jay Morrisey, featured. [Jay MORRISEY - comments on family's economy needs.] [Susan MORRISEY - discusses day care.] Poll results given with regard to day care issue. [After her mother was placed in nursing home, Karen PARRISH - comments on need for government aid for elderly care.] Bill and Karen Parrish noted not able to save for son Ryan Parrish's college education [REISCHAUER - comments on pressure on American children to receive college education] [Econ. Audrey FREEDMAN - comments on situation.] [PARRISH -says her family works hard.] Reaction to President Bush's budget speech anticipated.

Rather, Dan;
Engberg, Eric

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