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State of America / Quayle Interview #572654

NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 09, 1990
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Special news edition featuring Americans' current concerns presented. Today's top stories mentioned: President Bush noted meeting with advisers regarding economy; Secretary of State James Baker quoted on multinational war against Iraq; Americans Don and Brenda Swanke and Miles Hoffman reported among hostages released by Iraqi President Saddam Hussein; scenes shown from Baghdad, Iraq, and of Massachusetts National Guard shipping out to Persian Gulf. NBC News- "Wall Street Journal" poll on opinion of economy cited. Interview presented with Vice President Dan Quayle. [QUAYLE - discusses economy, Persian Gulf crisis and politics.] Two Americans added to discussion. [Public relation firm owner Vivian SALLIE (audio problems during parts of interview), high school principal Mark STINE, QUAYLE - discuss change abroad, America's future, government's complacency and Persian Gulf crisis.]

Reporter(s):
Brokaw, Tom
Duration:
00:10:50

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