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NBC Reports: Assault On Big Brother: Regulating The Regulators #659529

NBC Special for Friday, Apr 20, 1984

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  • NBC news special report covering the debate over how and to what degree the government's role in regulation of business should be, hosted by John Dancy.
  • Taped footage of interviews with George Hartman, Vice-President George Bush, Chairman of the F.T.C. James Miller III, Dr. Irving Selikoff, Ralph Nader, C. Boyden Gray, Larry and Isabelle Bunch, Dr. Thomas Roth, Dr. Harry Jennison, Dr. Joseph White, Neil Ghayet, Christopher DeMuth, George Kinert, Dustin Logenberger, Winfield Sharus, George Eads, Bruce Ackerman, Representative Albert Gore, Jr., David Freeman, Charlie Clark, Robert Miller, Richard Ayres, Dennis Moran, Gary and Cathy Fox, Joel Hirschhorn, Ron and Debby Butcher, Hugh Kaufman, and Christine Hall.
  • Taped footage of a statement from John Daniel.
  • Duration:
    00:58:30

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