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Nightline: Orphanage #647731

ABC Special for Friday, Dec 16, 1994

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An examination of the effectiveness of orphanages, with introductory and concluding remarks by Ted Koppel (ABC), including:

  • Taped segment with Chicago (Illinois) police officer Johnny O'Donnell, "USA Today" columnist Dan Dorfman, Professor Richard McKenzie, Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell, and ABC sound technician Frank Gilliams.
  • Taped segments with Chris Bury (ABC), First Lady Hillary Clinton, Rep. Newt Gingrich, Professor Tim Hasci, then President Franklin Roosevelt, Charles Murray of the American Enterprise Institute, Rep. James Talent, David Liederman of the Child Welfare League, David Blankenhorn of the Institute for American Values, Cook County (Illinois) Public Welfare Guardian Patrick Murphy, Father Jim Close, Professor Renny Golden, Jess McDonald of the Illinois Department of Child and Family Services, and unidentified others.

  • Reporter(s):
    Koppel, Ted (ABC);
    Bury, Chris (ABC)
    Duration:
    00:30:00

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