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Nightline: United Way Under Fire #647218

ABC Special for Thursday, Feb 27, 1992

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  • Live discussion re: allegations about United Way fundraising practices and United Way President William Aramony with Ted Koppel (ABC), Cleveland (Ohio) United Way President Jack Costello, "Washington Post" reporter Charles Shepard, Kenneth Albrecht of the National Charities Information Bureau, National Black United Fund Chairman Danny Bakewell, attorney Rees Lloyd, and Robert Bothwell of the Committee for Responsive Philanthropy.
  • Taped segment with Jeff Greenfield (ABC), George Bush, Aramony, "Atlanta Constitution" Publisher Jay Smith, New York United Way President Ralph Dickerson, Dan MacDonald of Central IN United Way, author Eleanor Brilliant, Bothwell, Bennett Weiner of the Council of Better Business Bureaus, Dan Wong, and Arnold Donald of Monsanto Corporation.
  • Excerpts of statements about United Way by unidentified people.

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