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(Studio: John Roberts) HUD's "Moving to Opportunity" program to help poor people move to a better neighborhood featured; scenes shown from the Baltimore, Maryland, area; details given of the aim of offering opportunity so the disadvantaged can break the cycle of poverty. [Suburbanite Shirley HUDNALL - compares life in the inner city to life in the suburbs; says her next dream is to move into a home and start her own business.] [HUD's Andrew CUOMO - says housing alternatives do not work.] The angry reaction in Baltimore 1994 to the program recalled. [Public policy analyst Howard HUSOCK - calls the program social engineering.] Initial findings about the advantages of "Moving to Opportunity" programs outlined on screen.
- Roberts, John
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