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Nightline #648004

ABC Special for Tuesday, Dec 05, 1995

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  • Live discussion between Forrest Sawyer (ABC) and former Federal Reserve Board Chairman Paul Volcker re: the economic consequences of Congress' current proposals to balance the budget without reducing entitlement programs.
  • Taped segments with Robert Krulwich (ABC), Rep. Newt Gingrich, Professor Lawrence Kovlakov, Gene Morris, Jacob Morris, Bill Clinton, economist Doug Birnheim, market strategist Raymond DeVoe, and unidentified others.
  • Update by Sawyer re: Capital Cities/ABC's announcement today of plans to launch a 24-hour-a-day news service in 1997, with taped excerpts of statements by ABC News President Roone Arledge and Capital Cities/ABC President Robert Iger.

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