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In Depth (Small-Town America After 9-11) #653558

NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 23, 2001
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Monroe, WI: Jim Avila) The changes in small-town American life after the September 11 attack on America examined; scenes shown of factory workers in Monroe, WI. ["The Monroe Times" Editor Judie HINTZMAN - says it is hard for her paper to keep war stories on page one; says the war stays in the back of people's minds.] [Swiss Colony president John BAUMANN - says customers do not want to spend; says the company needs business.] [Philips-Advance Transformer manager Larry JANSSENS - says it hurt to lay off so many employees.] [Buehler Travel Jeff BUEHLER - says airline ticket sales have dropped.]

Avila, Jim;
Williams, Brian

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