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Nightline: Are We Scaring Ourselves To Death? #647801

ABC Special for Thursday, Apr 21, 1994

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  • ABC Special "Nightline: Are We Scaring Ourselves to Death: The People Respond" - Live forum with John Stossel (ABC), RTNDA President David Bartlett, Professor Sheldon Krimsky, Kevin McIntosh of Positive Youth Connection, Professor William Chambliss, Natural Resources Defense Council Senior Scientist Linda Greer, Manhattan Institute for Policy Research Senior Fellow Peter Huber, The Cato Institute Executive VP David Boaz, Environmental Protection Agency Assistant Administrator Lynn Goldman, Delores Phillips of the New Jersey Environmental Federation, Office of Management and Budget Administrator Sally Katzen, and unidentified others re: issues related to the television news media's reporting of frightening events and statistics.
  • Taped segments with Stossel, criminologist Mark Warr, Environmental Protection Agency Regional Supervisor Marc Alston, and Aspen (Colorado) resident Patti Clapper.
  • Reporter(s):
    Stossel, John
    Duration:
    00:29:30

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