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An American Crisis: Cocaine's Victims #327547

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 20, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(San Francisco, California: David Dow) No. of grandmothers having to raise their crack-cocaine-abusing children's babies reported rising; details given, scenes shown. [Grandmother Carol OSBERRY - comments on raising her grandchild.] [Great-grandmother Precious MOORE - comments on raising four children.] [Grandparents Group founder Sue TRUPIN - says crack cocaine undermines the maternal instinct.] [OSBERRY, MOORE - say they don't know the children's mothers anymore.] [CHILD - says his mother abandoned him.] [Grandparents Group Dr. Doriane MILLER - comments on grandparents' guilt.] [Grandmother Louise VAUGHN, MOORE, Representative George MILLER - discuss problem.]

Dow, David;
Rather, Dan

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