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Children and the Economy #912739

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 26, 2008
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(Studio: George Stephanopoulos) The findings of an ABC News poll on teenagers worrying about the nation's economic problems cited.

(Hamden, Connecticut: Ned Potter) Conversations across the country between parents and kids about the economy featured; details given about the advice to children in three age groups. [In Hamden, Connecticut, Jeanette STONEMAN†- says the family is okay; recalls what her kids wrote in notebooks.] ["Bringing Up Geeks" author Marybeth HICKS†- says kids are grieving the loss of stuff.] [New York University child study center Richard GALLAGHER†- offers advice to parents.]

Stephanopoulos, George;
Potter, Ned

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