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Children's Welfare / Stanford University Study #340864

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jan 02, 1992
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(Washington: Mark Phillips) Stanford University study comparing the welfare of children in the 1990s with that of children in the 1960s featured; various scenes of children shown. 1960 and 1988 statistics on child suicide and homicide rates, SAT scores cited; child obesity rate mentioned. [National Bureau of Economic Research Victor FUCHS - says many kids are in trouble.] [The Children's Aid Society Philip COLTOFF - says we need a national children's agenda.]

Reporter(s):
Chung, Connie;
Phillips, Mark
Duration:
00:02:10

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