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Economy: The Homeless #579075

NBC Evening News for Friday, Dec 27, 1991
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(Studio: Jane Pauley) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Kenley Jones) The growth of both the homeless problem and the gap in the nation's compassion towards the issue as campaign '92 unfolds examined; scenes shown from Detroit of rally led by Jesse Jackson to protest welfare cuts and the plight of the homeless. [JACKSON - says the Democrats are not addressing the homeless issue.] NBC News/"Wall Street Journal" poll comparing homelessness as issues in early 1990 and late 1991 outlined on screen. Positions of candidates Patrick Buchanan and Senator Tom Harkin on the homeless issue noted. [Harkin campaign manager Tim RAFTIS, Mayor Raymond FLYNN - comment.]

Jones, Kenley;
Pauley, Jane

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