NBC Evening News for Monday, Jul 07, 1986
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(Ann Arbor, Michigan: Mark Nykanen) Growing use of cocaine on college campuses examined; findings of University of Michigan study cited as example [STUDENTS - cite drug's popularity.] Related statistics graphed on screen. [STUDENTS - defense recreational use of cocaine.] Recent cocaine death of basketball star Len Bias recalled. [Dr. Lloyd JOHNSTON - feels cocaine is highly addictive.] [STUDENTS -describe drug's seductiveness.] ["ED" - describes his depression while using cocaine, his campus dealing.] [Dr. Robert DuPONT - blames colleges' leniency toward drug use.] [University of Michigan vice president Henry JOHNSON - opposes school playing police.]
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