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Daily Difference: in the 90S (Urban Frontier: Edge Cities) #579017

NBC Evening News for Monday, Dec 23, 1991
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(Studio: John Cochran) Report introduced.

(Edge City, USA: Bob Kur) The new urban frontier of "edge cities," where jobs have followed families and stores, examined; scenes shown from Tyson's Corner, Virginia, Las Colinas, Texas, and other locales. ["Edge City" author Joel GARREAU; edge city residents Greg KAMISHLIAN, Julia WILLIAMS, Christine SERAFIN - comment.] [GARREAU - says edge cities are classiest.] Role of edge cities in campaign '92 assessed. [Pollster Peter HART - comments.] [Former US Housing and Urban Development Secretary Robert WOOD - says these areas have to be financially shored up.]

(Studio: John Cochran) Tomorrow's Daily Difference previewed.

Cochran, John;
Kur, Bob

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