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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(White House: Terry Moran) Presidential politics & the economy in the battleground state of Ohio featured. [Two OHIOANS - worry about the economy.] [In Ohio, President BUSH - speaks about the economy & against economic isolationism.] [The Ohio Poll co-director Eric RADEMACHER- says Ohioans are looking for new ideas.] The Commerce Department's impending naming of a manufacturing czar noted.
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Senator John Kerry shown campaigning in Chicago where he spoke about jobs.
(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The case for outsourcing, which is supported by many economists as part of globalization, examined. [JP Morgan Chase senior economist James GLASSMAN, Challenger Gray & Christmas John CHALLENGER- comment on the overall benefits for American job growth.] [Unemployed high-tech worker Dave SINESKI- wonders about jobs.]
- Jennings, Peter;
- Moran, Terry;
- Reynolds, Dean
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