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ABC Evening News for Monday, Jun 04, 1979
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(Studio) Results of ABC News-Louis Harris poll with regard to inflation given; figs. shown. President Carter mentioned.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

?5:26:20 "ECON. / FOOD PRICES"

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(NYC) television commercials emphasizing incring. food costs shown; effect of food price increases in American eating habits examined. Turn from meat and meat prods. to poultry and seafoods noted; influence of Julia Child on trend cited. Scene from Julia Child television show shown. Emphasis on cost-saving measure by food eds. noted; "Women's Day" magazine given as example
REPORTER: James Walker

Robinson, Max;
Walker, James

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