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Economy / Ford / Michigan / Florida #32755

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 13, 1974
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(Studio) Report on public reaction to economy point of Ford speech.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(DC) [FORD - talks of wage earner and housewife point of view. ]

(Detroit, Michigan) [CONSTRUCTION WORKER - says ask big business what they'll give.] [AUTO WORKER - says can't economize spending $4-5 on piece of meat.] [1st WORKER - says inflation out of hand, but words don't mean anything.] [2nd WORKER - says heard guff for years]
REPORTER: No reporter given Greg Dobbs

(Miami, Florida) Most here elderly and live on fixed income. [WOMAN - feels Ford will take care of depression.] [MAN - says it'll take more work.,] [2nd MAN - says he can try to bring it under control. He's candid.] [2nd WOMAN - says promises, promises.]
REPORTER: Charles Murphy

Murphy, Charles;
Smith, Howard K.

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