ABC Evening News for Friday, Feb 04, 1983
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(Studio) Exhaustion of unemployment benefits for millions and need for going on welfare examined; Wayne Cnty., Michigan, cited as example [Detroit United Community Services spokesperson Lou RUDOLPH - notes psychological impact on unemployed.] Wes Johns' loss of job and resulting psychological problems in learning to cope with poverty examined. [JOHNS - describes process.] Arnold Hughes' plight outlined on screen. [HUGHES - explains resisting going on welfare.] Problems arising from lack of health care benefits among unemployed discussed. [Tom MEDFORD - notes economy concerns he faces constantly.]
REPORTER: Max Robinson
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