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Campaign 2008 / The Economy #888628

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 26, 2008
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(Studio: Harry Smith) The issue of the economy in the 2008 presidential election campaign examined; details given about the issue revolving around Senators Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain; details given about the three presidential candidates' plans for the housing crisis. [OBAMA - talks about the economy.] Findings of a CBS News poll on the public's view of a worsening economy cited. [McCAIN - says it is not the government's duty to bail out....] [OBAMA, CLINTON - respond on housing.] [University of Maryland professor Peter MORICI†- assesses the candidates' views on the economy.]
Reporter(s):
Smith, Harry
Duration:
00:02:20

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