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Special Segment (Running Harder, Losing Ground) (Part III) #552132

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 10, 1986
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(San Ramon, California: Garrick Utley) Plight of middle class women examined; Cheryl Tomlinson cited as example [TOMLINSON - cites need for personal time.] [Econ. Claire BROWN - discusses indications of overwork among class.] Tomlinson's schedule described; husband Will mentioned. [TOMLINSON - discusses pressure to be superwoman in managing both job and home.] Women's role in family income since 1973 graphed on screen. Girl Scouts program aimed at children of working mothers described. [BROWN - debunks myth that working women harm children.] [Demographer Cheryl RUSSELL - discusses psychological pressures on men.] [TOMLINSON - describes pressures on working mothers.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Part IV announced.

Brokaw, Tom;
Utley, Garrick

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