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Sunday Cover (Connecticut: Voting For Jobs) #342207

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Nov 08, 1992
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(Studio: Connie Chung) The election of a Democratic presidential candidate in Connecticut due to the loss of jobs in the state, which is dependent on defense contracts, featured; scenes shown. [Laid-off General Dynamics worker Bruce CARVER, CEO James IRWIN, unemployed sheet metal worker Chip HERRICK, Pratt- Whitney machinist Mitchell DOUGHTY, Senator Joseph LIEBERMAN, former assembly engineer John BISSICK - comment on the economy, jobs and what President-elect Bill Clinton will do.] [Carter domestic policy adviser Stuart EIZENSTAT - explains what the people expect in the first 100 days.] [IRWIN - says the campaign for 1996 begins today.] Speculation that Clinton may name his Treasury Department secretary first noted.

Chung, Connie

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