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Mad As Hell (Politics: Voter Demands) (Part III) #596513

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 26, 1994
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(Jerusalem: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Lisa Myers) The voters' role in the current political situation, dominated by gridlock and discontent wit the political process, examined with an emphasis on voters' unrealistic expectations. [Representative Barney FRANK - jokes about the political problems.] [Annenberg School of Communication Kathleen Hall JAMIESON - comments on political behavior.] The fate of politicians who tell the voter hard truth rather than make promises they can't fulfill noted. ['84 Presidential candidate Walter MONDALE - talks about taxes.] [Three Glendale, California, VOTERS - offer views on voter blame.]


(Jerusalem: Tom Brokaw) The jury verdict in a racial discrimination lawsuit brought against defense contractor Hughes Aircraft reported.

Brokaw, Tom;
Myers, Lisa

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