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Economy / Carter Plan #509298

NBC Evening News for Friday, Mar 14, 1980
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(Studio) President Carter reported announcing plans for fighting inflation; his proposals outlined.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) Carter's anti-inflation package examined. [CARTER - comments.] Budget cuts and revised 1981 budget called for by Carter outlined on screen; other measures sought by President noted.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(Studio) Carter's press conference tonight announced; his anti-inflation plans noted depending, for most part, on Congress
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) Admin. efforts to win congress support for program detailed. [Senators Henry JACKSON, Alan CRANSTON - comment.] [Senator Edmund MUSKIE, Howard BAKER - criticize proposals.]
REPORTER: Carole Simpson

(Studio) Conflicting opinions with regard to role of balance budget in controlling inflation rate outlined.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) Carter's anti-inflation program's possible impact on inflation examined in details; previous administration programs, with Robert Strauss and Alfred Kahn, recalled incring. cost of living. Details graphed on screen since 1977. [Economist Murray WEIDENBAUM - comments on balance budget.] White House hopes for program mentioned.
REPORTER: Irving R. Levine

Chancellor, John;
Levine, Irving R.;
Palmer, John;
Simpson, Carole

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